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Storms and convective discussion - 18th June 2020 onwards

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Hazy now in York. Hopefully storms stay on current heading 

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Something building in the channel. 

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Not a single strike recorded in the whole of Lincolnshire...yet.

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14 minutes ago, Alderc said:

4-5cm hail in Sheffield 

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Wow! That's seriously impressive for the UK!

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2 minutes ago, IMP757 said:

Not a single strike recorded in the whole of Lincolnshire...yet.

Certainly very quiet, storm shield... but I guess it's still early

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Just had nice warm torrential downpour from this.

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Just now, 80sWeather said:

Just had nice warm torrential downpour from this.

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any thunder?

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Lots of rumbles from the cell to the NW of Bradford right now. Haven't seen any lightning but the detectors are picking up a few. Desperately hoping that cell to the South of Leeds hits me head on, and doesn't veer East at the last minute! I am without car at the moment, so have chosen the wine and cake at my window option of Storm viewing for today. Its so unfair to not be driving at a time when the roads are relatively quiet and a great storm is so close and yet so far! 

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1 minute ago, Atmogenic said:

any thunder?

Catching the edge of that and there is indeed thunder.

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9 minutes ago, Cloud 10 said:

 

Should be a beast by the time it hits our region.

 

Boro-snow maybe best placed.

There's convection firing all over at the moment but that large cell looks best for southern part of our region I agree. Exciting afternoon ahead! (Hopefully)

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New cell popping up over Sheffield,  from Mam Tor

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I can hear thunder here and it's gone dark.

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The previous Sheffield monster now between Barnsley and Leeds

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1 minute ago, Weather-history said:

Can hear thunder

Coming from the cell to my west.

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That storm to the north of me just missed me but my god, it's an absolute beast!!

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11 minutes ago, Cloud 10 said:

 

Should be a beast by the time it hits our region.

 

Boro-snow maybe best placed.

Hope so Mate, I cannot believe how humid it is 

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Just looked outside and there’s a huge CB to the North, that doesn’t seem to match anything on radar.

It looks way too close to be the cell over Newmarket, but according to radar there’s nothing else between here and there (yet?) 

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A couple more tweets from Sheffield. 

 

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no storm action so time to go start decorating, have a good weekend all

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5 minutes ago, Atmogenic said:

any thunder?

Not from this one, had thunder from the previous storm.

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