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Storms and convective discussion - 18th June 2020 onwards

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Got my fingers crossed.

It still does look very promising but the cap is just a bit too strong here so any storms that develop near me would probably be quite weak

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Rapid developments to the S/SE of here in the last 20 minutes and the sky has gone very dark

Edit: Can hear thunder ?

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Can see the distant towers to the north of here, but to the south there's a small but nicely towered patch of AcCas. That alone looks more convective than anything I saw yesterday!

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I'm getting way more excited now, this thing is ridiculously big, picture does not do its justice at all

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Right in the firing line of the Nottingham cell. It's heading in the direction of the arrow and Scunthorpe is right in the firing line of this one

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As long as it doesn't die a death before it gets here

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This beauty bubbled up not too long ago, rapid development and a few spots of rain.. hopefully good signs for later on here...

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Thunder to the south of here but radar not updating so a rapid change from 10 minutes ago.

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Wind has now veered to the west. Temp dropped from 27.6 to 24.3 in five minutes. If it wasn’t all over, it is now.

anyone north of Wrexham or west of Manchester, forget it. Next chance tomorrow morning which does look interesting.

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I'm at Doncaster North services on the M18, looking well placed 

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I'm visiting family in Dronfield and the storm to the SSE, which will just miss our garden thankfully, is giving out some lovely rumbles ⚡

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3 minutes ago, Kid Thunder said:

Constant rumbling now!

and not an exaggeration either

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Decent downpour here all of a sudden, lots of sunshine too.  No thunder.

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Anvil from the Nottingham cell with new development on its West edge. Viewed from East Leeds looking south20200626_153952.thumb.jpg.2a642825dfcd48c0199f0a96e0edc75e.jpg

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Theres a line of cloud that looks like something will happen. From epsom looking west

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Like being in the tropics here - deluge with burning sunshine and heat all around!! 

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Not sure if I should be annoyed that I've just left the exact location that the storms have formed, but at least I am now ahead of them 

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Got the feeling this might just be a few miles too North for me... suppose we'll see 

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Time is ticking away now, so hot here but no sign of a storm

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Suddenly just got a lot windier here, which has blown all the clouds away.

Doesn’t look like anything’s happening here today now, but at least we had that little storm this morning

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