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6 minutes ago, Mizzle said:

A strike in Southampton showing on lightning maps. Is that a false one? 

Yep

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12 minutes ago, sendandreturn said:

You climb up? Wow, or is there a good place to park

Ha, no it’s just a little road that weaves up near the summit. I few good spots up here actually. Been here a few times now and today the A3 takes me home AND follows the track of any would-be storms ?

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Still not giving up my hopes just yet...

Will set some alarms for 2am and see what unfolds from there.

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May someone tell me the chance of ramsgate getting a storm, thank you  ?

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2 minutes ago, Mitch perrott said:

May someone tell me the chance of ramsgate getting a storm, thank you  ?

In my opinion extremely low , there is not much to your south , that band of rain doesn't look like its heading your way and unless more develop during the night near or directly overhead which cannot be completely ruled out I wouldn't have a high expectation

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It's all looking a bit underwhelming at the moment but things can change quickly

cells can fire up within ten minutes as we saw earlier so hang in there peeps?

i would like a bite at what central/southern France are having though.

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Looks like another cell forming to the west of caen am I correct? 

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1 minute ago, Sam Jackson said:

Looks like another cell forming to the west of caen am I correct? 

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Seems to be an existing one backbuilding 

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Unfortunately the cell near Cherbourg appears to be merging with the mass of rain and has weakened

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Just now, matt111 said:

Seems to be an existing one backbuilding 

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so it will refire then and feed into the other storm?

 

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1 minute ago, Sam Jackson said:

so it will refire then and feed into the other storm?

 

It could do a number of things from there. It could continue north as a storm on it's own, it could keep backbuilding and end up over intensifying over the same place like it's just done or it could just die out. 

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Well there's something of mild interest approaching the South Devon coast. Might get some heavy rain soon. How exciting...!?

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1 minute ago, matt111 said:

It could do a number of things from there. It could continue north as a storm on it's own, it could keep backbuilding and end up over intensifying over the same place like it's just done or it could just die out. 

It might turn around and head towards Spain

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Just now, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

It might turn around and head towards Spain

Given our luck that wouldn't surprise me :oldlaugh:

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And so the heat goes out with a whimper in Hampshire as is often the case since 2007. How predictably boring. 

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2 minutes ago, Azazel said:

And so the heat goes out with a whimper in Hampshire as is often the case since 2007. How predictably boring. 

I’d give it til 3 at least

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@Mr Frost

anything your way,there seems to be quiet a few cells developing to your W/SW.

 

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Not as optimistic as earlier for here, unless the showers West of the channel islands move up towards us and develop further into storms. Anything that is approaching the W Country seems to keep fading away. A recurring theme in recent years is of activity kicking off in the morning to the N/NE, so my bet is on that happening :oldlaugh:

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5 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Given our luck that wouldn't surprise me :oldlaugh:

Looks like it's going to travel east further than expected 

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I might as well go to bed, nothing thundery seems to be heading into SE Wales, some heavy rain at best.. hoping for more.. prepared for rain.

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Was hoping to get in on the action, but its not looking good for me, at least some cooler air will be ushered in

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The mass of rain has just gone through, really exciting :oldlaugh:

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