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Just now, DeepSnow said:

Need some storms to develop over the south west and move up over south Wales, not had a proper storm in a few years 😭

The convergence line is north of brecon sadly, its a bust for us (I am in Neath valley by the way)

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A beautiful altocumulus castellanus sunrise this morning. 

Oo she's a beauty 

My first attempt at storm shots 🤷‍♂️ (Please don't judge 🤣) The cells are impressive tonight! 

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Just been placed under an amber thunderstorm warning lol.

 

We havent seen a drop of rain in these past few days so I highly doubt anything will produce today.

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3 minutes ago, Mitch perrott said:

EXPLOSION!!!!

Que??? 

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3 minutes ago, Liam Burge said:

Just been placed under an amber thunderstorm warning lol.

 

We havent seen a drop of rain in these past few days so I highly doubt anything will produce today.

Aye, but where are you Liam?

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16 minutes ago, Alderc said:

Proper MCS forming in northern France, perfectly positioned to advect into southern England as a decaying wet mess. 

I'm thinking the exact same thing, moderate/heavy rain with the literal occasional rumble to remind us what could be!

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Just now, PurpleLED said:

Mammatus cloud? 

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No, to my eyes that’s asperatus undulatus 👍

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Amber warning for here , I've got one side of the house being cooked by the late afternoon sun and the other with dark skies and rolling thunder .

Rain is very heavy now 

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4 minutes ago, PurpleLED said:

Mammatus cloud? 

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As another poster said, looks a bit undulatus-ey or could be the underside of a weak gust front.

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Two days back to back storms started in West London and then moved west, I really do hope it doesn't happen again tomorrow. I would rather see these at a distance and not develop almost overhead. Give someone else a turn to be under the birthing pool.

 

temps dropped five celcius after the storms cleared. fools nice and cool out now but thats only because its cooler than it was and not as humid.

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Congrats to all of you who've seen some storms, these last few days... But, here in the ToD, we've nowt but a clear, blue-white sky that's presumably full of Saharan dust... Aaaarrghh!:oldlaugh:

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