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Still growing to the NE

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1 hour ago, richep said:

Where about are you ? The south west definately has had storms this year

This corner of Glos hasnt, two years starved!!! Looking at the way the Cu built today, they started exactly the same place as yesterday, wind direction pretty much the same South of here completely blue, not a cloud in the sky.

We're just the breeding ground for storms now, I hope I'm wrong, fingers crossed

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Storm that formed between Dunsfold and Petworth went over here, the winds were unreal, almost folding trees in half. Not a lot of hail, nor any visible lightning but a constant deep rumble of thunder and biblical rainfall rates.

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Deep rumbles and gusts are really picking up now. Getting dark too. 

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2 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Still growing to the NE

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from where i am it looks like 2 cells are converging into 1 with 1 more to the west of the large one 😮

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Just now, thunderhead 2005 said:

thats a beaut only 25 miles away

I think everything will slide to the north. Our best bet is for anything drifting up from the channel later, but i wont hold my breath!

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19 minutes ago, SqueakheartLW said:

Looks like eastern areas from East Anglia through Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and the NE have the wrong wind direction yet again

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Looks like the best place to be is within that red area. Everyone else looks like having to forget it for today. The storm drought for me in Scunthorpe continues on again. They were very lucky in Hull this morning when we fed them a nice storm whilst we missed out

Tend to agree with this! Best chance appears to be tomorrow for EA/Eastern England. It is by no means a given that these parts will see a storm at all during this hot phase, but we shall see. Good to see the other vids and pics though 🙂

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Vièw east of swindon, nw radar showing activity south of London going west along the famous m4 corridor.

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1 minute ago, Azazel said:

I think everything will slide to the north. Our best bet is for anything drifting up from the channel later, but i wont hold my breath!

Storms are exploding along the N coast of France and moving N-NW so there may well be something big later on 

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11 minutes ago, Joneseye said:

Towers going up left, right and centre in the Initiation Zone around Newbury

I'm north of Newbury and surrounded by towers. They seem to be capped,tho

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Huge cluster of cells developing over Surrey, Berkshire and Bucks. The SE is getting the action it was long overdue. 

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Got some huge towers developing now. Not seen towers this big in a while 

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Bo Dudley here in martock just a bit of haze but can see the cells over london way from here. They look mahoooosive!!!!  dont think they will get this far,maybe some imports later but not holding my breadth 

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To add insult to injury my phone is now telling me there is Lightning just 89km away......

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Wales is the place to be with this wind direction, I guess this is why Lincolnshire often fairs so well when the storms are moving NE

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Building to the East of Southampton. Seems to be heading North West.

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Wow! It's really kicked off in the last 5 mins. Torrential rain, with some hail mixed in, strong winds and a plenty of lightning. 

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2 hours ago, island lad said:

Really ?

South coast has been a no go too

you miss the point....southern coastal areas have been in the hunt this week, storms along the devon & cornish coasts and plenty of distant channel lightning displays....the NE however has had very benign weather, no heatwave, apart from an occsional glimpse of some Ac Cas floating around, not one flash (distant or not) rumble or anything remotely resembling thundery activity....thats my point

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i was thinking, having problems with some of the online lightning map data, i've gone "old-skool"

i grabbed my old radio, switched to the AM band, oh my... listen to those sferics !! - brings back old memories

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Nice rumbles from this loveliness by Telford. Visiting the in laws today and staying overnight 😄

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