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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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And more pileus clouds along with it...

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Pictures once again don't do the justice. Absolutely stunning.

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Urgh, there's the huge cell to my West that is going nuts. And there is a decent cell to the East going nuts. And Bradford, as usual, is in between the two and it doesn't look like we'll get a direct hit from either of them. Am I going to have to make do with hearing the distant thunder of other peoples storms? Is there hope things could pick up this evening? 

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Monster just gone up in minutes near Brigg. Can't see it out my window due to lower level cumulus obscuring but has very heavy reflections already and should be a direct hit...

 

Edit: Barton - not showing sparks yet but can't be long before there are a few in Lincs now.

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32 minutes ago, Dan the Man said:

Biggest bust since El Gordo for the SE?

Why? No real storms expected in the SE as has been the case.

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35 minutes ago, Dan the Man said:

Biggest bust since El Gordo for the SE?

Presumably you haven’t been around for long...and why do people keep calling it a bust East Sussex and Kent did well.

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Lush blue skies warm and humid here in Washington now. Come on I storms you can do it lol

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22 minutes ago, Boro Snow said:

Hope so Mate, I cannot believe how humid it is 

 

Yeah,still about 80 out there,and with very high dew-points making it feel really claggy.

 

Good T.storm food though.?️

 

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Can already see distant anvils looking South.

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1 minute ago, Cloud 10 said:

 

Yeah,still about 80 out there,and with very high dew-points making it feel really claggy.

 

Good T.storm food though.?️

 

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Humidity has shot up here ,looking good for the north east in the next few hours could be some fireworks 

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I'm in Bingley to to area west of the Leeds storm. Really eerie in that storms are developing all around me with constant rumbles to my west,south and east.

No rain here atm but blackened skys all around.

Brilliant is this even though nothing intense yet.

Goodluck all

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Filming a timelapse of the storm on two separate cameras. Can't wait to watch it back!

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