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This was the late evening storm as it passed over Filey. It was nice enough as it come up from Bridlington, but as it approached the coast, a real nice feeder band developed into it and it really ramp

My view of the Bude cell   Edit:excuse the washing

Very impressive lightning display here in Scotland in the early hours. I am just a amateur photographer but I am pleased with what I managed to capture. Here is a selection of all the best ones I got.

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3 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Big organised area of storms Friday morning on there ? 

Now charging up my GoPro's ?

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Ignoring the SB storms to its east, am I right in saying the cloud moving north between Rennes and Brest is mid-level and may potentially go bang over Devon/Dorset/Hants when it arrives tonight? 

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10 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Big organised area of storms Friday morning on there ? 

Bullish from Met Office there. Love the talk of frequent lightning and large hailstones!

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11 minutes ago, Lance M said:

Ignoring the SB storms to its east, am I right in saying the cloud moving north between Rennes and Brest is mid-level and may potentially go bang over Devon/Dorset/Hants when it arrives tonight? 

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Does that mean Somerset may be in with a chance too??

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The cluster of storms over N France is more extensive than I was expecting ?

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10 minutes ago, Pat Butcher said:

Bullish from Met Office there. Love the talk of frequent lightning and large hailstones!

I wish they'd stop using the term "thundery showers". It's so dismissive and belittling. We could have a countrywide MCS and they'd still call it "thundery showers"!

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2 minutes ago, Stormhog said:

I wish they'd stop using the term "thundery showers". It's so dismissive and belittling. We could have a countrywide MCS and they'd still call it "thundery showers"!

I second this, it’s so frustrating 

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4 minutes ago, Stormhog said:

I wish they'd stop using the term "thundery showers". It's so dismissive and belittling. We could have a countrywide MCS and they'd still call it "thundery showers"!

Careful of those weeee little tiny rain clouds and there pretty little lightning strikes....

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5 minutes ago, Stormhog said:

I wish they'd stop using the term "thundery showers". It's so dismissive and belittling. We could have a countrywide MCS and they'd still call it "thundery showers"!

Agreed, I was thinking exactly the same thing ?

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1 hour ago, Harry said:

Presumably the French storms are just SB pulse storms that won’t survive any northward journey?

Not sure, as I don't think the surface winds are going north over there today, could be wrong. 

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16 minutes ago, AMeltedFlake said:

Towers building maybe? Or do we think this won't come to much? ?

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Here's my view of the southern extent of those. They've been going a few hours now and not showing any growth I'm afraid.

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5 minutes ago, Charlie Harnett said:

My view of the Bude cell

 

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Stu-un-ning!!!!

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16 minutes ago, AMeltedFlake said:

 

 

Duplicate post.

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