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1 minute ago, Mitch perrott said:

AAAAA SOMETGING NEW 

 

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looks like we are in luck

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1 minute ago, CreweCold said:

This thing deserved a flash amber warning. And to think just a few hours ago they said isolated storms dying out

At least a Yellow Lightning warning would have been better.

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Just now, Charlie Harnett said:

Jeez never seen an amber thunderstorm risk

Honestly this storm is genuinely bonkers. Be genuinely interested to know how many cg and cc strikes there have been in the last 2 hours as must be in the hundreds 

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Latest Met Office also says less than 5% of rainfall, bit of a comedic forecast, just started to pee down.

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Just been outside meteor taking and I think I may have caught a lightning sprite.

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1 minute ago, LightningLover said:

Surprisingly frequent...

Going to take a peek out the window

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the channel has just lit up like a chilli pepper on fire 😮 

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i just looked out and the sky from ramsgate is flashing

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8 minutes ago, xSnow said:

It's actually shocking how Stratford (and areas S/SW of here) has not actually encountered a single thunderstorm when areas only slightly further north such as Warwick have had major storms both yesterday and today. It seems that they form over this area and move northwards, whilst areas to the south are not producing any convective activity. Very disappointing, but then again tomorrow seems much more likely to deliver.

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That's the way it goes,sadly. Saw the most spectacular development in front of my eyes tonight ('TheOxfordCell), but reaped zilch tho it exploded 8 miles north.😪😪😪🤤

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Posted (edited)

I am just East of the amber warning area but lightning has been frequent though not quite overhead here. Thunder not particularly loud for some reason perhaps because lightning quite high in the clouds? Haven't seen any cg strikes here but many reports not far away in Edinburgh, Fife and Perthshire. Don't know why they are not all showing up on the radar.

edit Just had a cg strike very close. Under a second from strike to thunder and this one was loud.

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Not seen as much constant lightning for years. Silent and distant but at least i could sit in the garden and just fully enjoy it, whilst watching for the meteor shower at the same time!

 

Brilliant:)

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i dont think it will last tho its so small but could grow we see

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19 minutes ago, Timannie said:

Looks great from Gresford, it's over to the east, no real thunder though.

I’m in Rhosddu. Could hear big booms of distant thunder but the lightning is incredible. Just constant. 

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After being lively over Coventry, the storm approaching Nottinghamshire has weakened significantly. Going to have to look toward Stoke for any action!

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Yes it’s lighting up good out in the channel Annoying roof tops in the way.. time to run to a shelter on the prom ! 

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11 minutes ago, Marcus_surfer said:

I can see flashes here im in South Wales. Clear skies but i see constant flickering here in swansea. Is this even possible!?

Yup, earlier on I could just about make out the flickering of the northern atmosphere from here in Devon! I measured it as about 120 miles as the crow flies.

A shower then passed overhead so I couldn't see it anymore, and produced a flash and rumble but it was a one flash wonder.

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Just now, Mitch perrott said:

No its not but there is a cell heading here now

 

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i did see flickering from that channal storm

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Posted (edited)

Torrential downpour here in north Wolverhampton.  No amber warnings here, should of been.

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2 minutes ago, Frosty hollows said:

That's the way it goes,sadly. Saw the most spectacular development in front of my eyes tonight ('TheOxfordCell), but reaped zilch tho it exploded 8 miles north.😪😪😪🤤

That really sucks, and we were supposed to be in the "high risk" areas. I guess you win some you lose some, and in the last few days we have been the losers. I am more hopeful that tomorrow or Thursday will deliver for us though, I mean surely we can't lose everytime!

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