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33 minutes ago, Jamiee said:

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June lightning strikes with the majority of the UK covered.

Who is still left in the no storms club?  Hopefully not many.

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Maybe a more interesting evening than I expected.

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Think I've just seen a funnel cloud to my NE...

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16 minutes ago, The PIT said:

Maybe a more interesting evening than I expected.

After all storms missing us this happened 

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Here is the video of the possibly small funnel.

Had importing problems from trying to import the clip on my phone to the computer so I had to screen record it

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Cracking sunset tonight with the dark clouds around! 

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27 minutes ago, Zak M said:

Here is the video of the possibly small funnel.

Had importing problems from trying to import the clip on my phone to the computer so I had to screen record it

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Took some effort to find it on there:search:

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1 hour ago, Craigers said:

Here's the rotation!

That updraft looks lively! Nice capture, I like this just as much as thunder and lightning.

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1 hour ago, Craigers said:

More rotation here! Very lucky to see this. Wasn't expecting anything today!

Love this too, I'd be stoked after seeing that. The clouds look gnarly, which is perfect ?

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3 minutes ago, Greeny said:

That updraft looks lively! Nice capture, I like this just as much as thunder and lightning.

We have missed all the storms this year but this was a massive surprise with the convergence area sitting on top of us 

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Just now, Craigers said:

We have missed all the storms this year but this was a massive surprise with the convergence area sitting on top of us 

Right at the sweet spot, not easy to do normally but fortune favoured you this time alright! ? 

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Amazing picture from a lowering cloud base over Cromer from Mundesley.

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3 hours ago, Rush2112 said:

Who is still left in the no storms club?  Hopefully not many.

Me!

While some might do, I'm not counting the two instances mentioned in my signature as 'experiencing' a thunderstorm.

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3 hours ago, Rush2112 said:

Who is still left in the no storms club?  Hopefully not many.

I'm still in there despite hearing a couple of rumbles and seeing distant lighting a few days ago but that really wasn't enough to get out of there. 

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Some could leave today 

Very Brave of Dan to issue a Slight over the Cone and Triangle in a single day.

Lets see what happens

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We’re in the zone!! The triangle is in the zone. Will the thunder gods look down kindly on us? :yahoo::yahoo: a need a lie down, the excitement is too much :crazy:

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That’s something I wasn’t expecting this morning. 

I’ll have my eye out for developments then!

 

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Upper level cold pool of air is forecast to move quite quickly across England today , probably leaving the east just after mid day. Looks like a small window of storm possibility 10am to 1pm for eastern counties.

There is a small risk of storms in a small window of time between 14:00 to 16:00 across the midlands and south east as a narrow band of mild upper air cooling traverses across low level convergence zone convection. Winds look light and instability is meager at the most but because storms will be slow moving there is a risk of localized flooding. Slight risk of very weak spouts and key area to watch is probably from somewhere like Cambridge through to Suffolk.

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1 hour ago, BrickFielder said:

Upper level cold pool of air is forecast to move quite quickly across England today , probably leaving the east just after mid day. Looks like a small window of storm possibility 10am to 1pm for eastern counties.

There is a small risk of storms in a small window of time between 14:00 to 16:00 across the midlands and south east as a narrow band of mild upper air cooling traverses across low level convergence zone convection. Winds look light and instability is meager at the most but because storms will be slow moving there is a risk of localized flooding. Slight risk of very weak spouts and key area to watch is probably from somewhere like Cambridge through to Suffolk.

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Focusing more for this afternoon here, could have more activity, doubt anything will turn thundery, likely to be similar to yesterday, where i had a few heavy showers, Majority forming quite late in the day. Maybe more today. ?

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14 hours ago, Jamiee said:

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June lightning strikes with the majority of the UK covered.

Can notice a few unlucky people just by looking at that, though those who didn't get a direct thunderstorm, pretty much everyone would have at least seen distant light shows.

An absolute bombardment for me. You managed to scrape some Kent clippers too, nice!

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3 hours ago, Jamiee said:

That’s something I wasn’t expecting this morning. 

I’ll have my eye out for developments then!

 

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Wow I'm in the zone, something must be wrong. Just looked out, lovely looking sky out. Let's see what happens. 

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3 hours ago, Jamiee said:

That’s something I wasn’t expecting this morning. 

I’ll have my eye out for developments then!

 

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Nice, been a while for my location to be in the main spot today

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1 hour ago, Jacky said:

Can notice a few unlucky people just by looking at that, though those who didn't get a direct thunderstorm, pretty much everyone would have at least seen distant light shows.

An absolute bombardment for me. You managed to scrape some Kent clippers too, nice!

Not Very easy to see a distant light show during daylight hours - and there was a lot of IC - so a lot of people have seen nothing, despite how the map makes it look.

Hotting up again in a week or two but I really can’t see what the excitement is about today ?

People have gone mad

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6 minutes ago, Flash bang flash bang etc said:

Not Very easy to see a distant light show during daylight hours - and there was a lot of IC - so a lot of people have seen nothing, despite how the map makes it look.

Hotting up again in a week or two but I really can’t see what the excitement is about today ?

People have gone mad

I had one short lived daytime storm, but 10 miles away they had had a lovely little cell that we could barely see

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