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16 minutes ago, bradleywx said:

What’s all this anaprop appearing inland over the last couple of frames 

I noticed that too.

Can anyone shed some light?

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10 minutes ago, thunderhead 2005 said:

Cells appearing behind the mass, therefore we should be hitting into the unstable atmosphere soon

You just beat me to it ?

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Ready here in SE17.  Looks like I might have to check the radar before venturing inside for a sleep. Moon looks beautiful tonight, but has a halo tonight. Good sign....

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7 minutes ago, ancientsolar said:

If it's high up, I should be able to see it flickering from Blackwood.. i'll have a look ?

Its mostly cloud to cloud. An occasional cloud to ground

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Huge wind surge just now came from nowhere and just died back again wtf was that!

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It shouldn't be long before those cells that are developing off the Brest coast start firing up

4 minutes ago, Gordon Webb said:

according to msn 33 tons of litter left

That's a lot of Animals?

seriously though it is damn right disgusting,it takes a few seconds to pick it up:nonono: 

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Just now, Marcus_surfer said:

Its mostly cloud to cloud. An occasional cloud to ground

I saw one strike about 3mins ago, it's the closest lightning i'm getting at the moment hehe

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Watching the Bournemouth webcam. The rubbish blowing up the beach should have indicated to these people that rain is incoming.

I guess not. Considering the mess they've left, not much sympathy.

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infact, looks like a lot of the band is start to increase in intensity South of Swansea

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1 minute ago, Rapodo said:

Huge wind surge just now came from nowhere and just died back again wtf was that!

That was downdraft, sign of incoming deluge.

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2 minutes ago, Rapodo said:

Huge wind surge just now came from nowhere and just died back again wtf was that!

Same. Outflow I guess?

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14 minutes ago, Dean E said:

Previous events (July 2019, June 2018 and June 2014) produced localised cells to fire right along the coast as the main area approached. Outflows and local conditions help massively. East of the IOW, South Downs and Salisbury plain are on my watch at the moment.

I remember last year same happened here in Exeter, was sat out having a beer with my mate At 11pm, he said it won’t thunder as there was nothing on radar, 30 mins later cells fired instantly on the south devon coast and we got a great few storms 

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5 minutes ago, Rapodo said:

Huge wind surge just now came from nowhere and just died back again wtf was that!

Outflow

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6 minutes ago, Oliver Wyndham-lewis said:

Tell you what, this is kind of reminiscent of last year, 23/24th of July isn’t it? Or am I being stupid

23rd July 2019 was a bit more active

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3 minutes ago, Mitch perrott said:

forcast for south east- sunshine all day ;-;

I’m not trusting any forecasts now given what’s going on now which wasn’t predicted by any models ?

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heading home to bed now, wasn’t really worth it to be honest. 

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5 minutes ago, Rapodo said:

Huge wind surge just now came from nowhere and just died back again wtf was that!

Yes I was on the West cliff, very strong wind, got my coat on!

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Destabilising has just started to occur Barnstaple,  up to Swansea , almost popcorn like rash of activity.  Night cooling now coming to play.

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Thinking of setting my alarms. Not too sure what time I should set them for though.

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1 minute ago, Alderc said:

heading home to bed now, wasn’t really worth it to be honest. 

Looks like it's just a thundery band of rain with the odd embedded cell at the front and back edge.

Could be more cells behind that come up very early hours but I'm not all that convinced for the south sadly. Others are doing better though further west/north today.

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1 minute ago, Zak M said:

Thinking of setting my alarms. Not too sure what time I should set them for though.

Ive been thinking of setting them at 3 and 6, and leaving the windows wide open lol.

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