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Storms and convective discussion - 18th June 2020 onwards

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Well I drove up to the Wisbech and Kings Lynn area and found a fantastic spot to watch the storms come over. Just about saw one bolt of lightning and got a few rumbles of thunder and then it all just fizzled out before even reaching me, very frustrating.

Did have some nice cloudscapes and a few torrential downpours though and with the high humidity it really did feel Florida-esque.

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Well BBC saying thundery shower at 11pm. Can't see it happening unless this develops into something 

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It's been joined by another further north 

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9 minutes ago, Zak M said:

It looks very impressive!

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amateur weatherstaion in Freiston, Freiston webcam

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Getting really well defined now...

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6 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Well BBC saying thundery shower at 11pm. Can't see it happening unless this develops into something 

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I wouldn't trust what the weather apps ever say regarding thunderstorms

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12 minutes ago, Supacell said:

There is anvil lightning flashing out to sea from here in Bridlington from this 

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Just got back in from near Bridlington,great minds think alike?

when i set off from home earlier there was a massive storm overhead but never mind i had a good day in N Yorkshire

there was some good cloud structures today and i even got a small rope funnel and a Meso too

i am going to trawl through all the pics now,the vids can wait another day.

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Posted (edited)

Bit of a storm developing here 

Edit: Saw some flashes from here which is impressive given how far it is

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Can see some lightning to the north of here and to the east I can even see some flashes from the cloud top of the North Sea storm. I wonder if that rain moving northwards from Lincolnshire will turn thundery too?

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5 minutes ago, jake44 said:

image.thumb.png.d2cbd9a7ddb0aa869863f89f50ca90fb.pnglooking good for tonight fingers crossed

Fingers crossed lol, I'd given up, are the doinguch growing. 

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This has started intensifying in the last few frames on the radar

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1 minute ago, alexisj9 said:

Fingers crossed lol, I'd given up, are the doinguch growing. 

hope we get a cluster of them maybe or one would be cool at least all eyes on them

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1 hour ago, Supacell said:

There is anvil lightning flashing out to sea from here in Bridlington from this 

I admire your dedication buddy, I was contemplating heading for the Humber area on my way back but the allure of a big-mac was too tempting. 

Looks like you may be rewarded with a little storm to the South now!

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What's the old saying? 3 fine days and a thunderstorm? It was a case of 2 fine days and a cold, overcast 3rd day here. I'm now in a period similar to that between 2005 and 2009.

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Looking south over the Yorkshire wolds towards Driffield, starting to light up, distant rumbles aswell, the last 2 storms have just clipped us this evening?

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I think the stuff in the channel is sea mist, as we have more of that here now, and it keeps showing up on radar as very light rain. 

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The North Sea cell appears to have died now. Was a feisty one considering it was so tiny.  

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11 minutes ago, Charlie Harnett said:

Anyone reckon this will do anything or turn thundery

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From what I've seen it's unlikely 

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Great stuff here got in between 2 storms in the last few hours the one to my east had decent structure and more lightning than the earlier storm today and the one I have been filming to my west has had constant lightning for the past half hour. Will see if I can get still shots from my videos tomorrow.

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