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Lol if you run the radar loop of the Winchester storm it literally collapses as it reaches Andover. You couldn’t make it up.

Right that’s me done. Enjoy those up north. All eyes on tomorrow. Last chance.

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😮 Absolute gunshot thunder blasts here now. Maybe the loudest I've ever heard. They're like explosions some of them.

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18 minutes ago, TJS1998Tom said:

Haven't seen a storm like this on the radar in the UK in ages, imagine the sights people would be getting if it was dark 😮 

 

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Seeing Cloud flashing (+thunder grumbles), and the occasional bit of a bolt sticking out, from the storms from my South all the way to my West, also even though the clouds overhead are very VERY slowly inching there way towards the storm, the tops are leaning backwards quite steeply now, can also faintly see a thicker low band of cloud (shelf?) infront of a dark mass heading towards me from the SE (nothing on the radar showing for this though)

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1 minute ago, Azazel said:

Lol if you run the radar loop of the Winchester storm it literally collapses as it reaches Andover. You couldn’t make it up.

Right that’s me done. Enjoy those up north. All eyes on tomorrow. Last chance.

I just saw that loop. Irony defined.

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View from East Cliff, Bournemouth 

 

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another storm fired up now on the western fringe of hereford.  many roads flooded locally and asda and tesco's shut due to flooding also.

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Ahhh

And so ends another day in the cone

Rainfall 0.00

Sun 14 Hours

Temp 31c

Dewpoint 21c

Any notable things today well we got some clouds at least at Sunset 

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1 minute ago, SqueakheartLW said:

Anyone got a great view from Eastbourne. They look closest to the channel storms

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I’m in bexhill, can see beachy head from here

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Wow! The rain is biblical. The wind was so strong at one point I feared for the fences! Lightning is constant. No real booming thunder but epic non the less! 

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Decent growth on this little cell near Bristol Airport.

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Doesn't look like it's going to reach Lancashire, we have a decent sunset though. I bet those underneath it are having a good display

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25 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

Lightning activity dying quickly as that lot crosses the channel.

Yep is a dead duck for us....

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4 minutes ago, Azazel said:

Lol if you run the radar loop of the Winchester storm it literally collapses as it reaches Andover. You couldn’t make it up.

Right that’s me done. Enjoy those up north. All eyes on tomorrow. Last chance.

V little rain here. 1.5 miles away had 19mm in 25 mins

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4 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

Seeing Cloud flashing (+thunder grumbles), and the occasional bit of a bolt sticking out, from the storms from my South all the way to my West, also even though the clouds overhead are very VERY slowly inching there way towards the storm, the tops are leaning backwards quite steeply now, can also faintly see a thicker low band of cloud (shelf?) infront of a dark mass heading towards me from the SE (nothing on the radar showing for this though)

Something has just developed S of you.

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1 minute ago, Shane said:

Wow! The rain is biblical. The wind was so strong at one point I feared for the fences! Lightning is constant. No real booming thunder but epic non the less! 

Aye, can see the lightning from here, thundering too, but no rain as too far East

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2 minutes ago, SqueakheartLW said:

Anyone got a great view from Eastbourne. They look closest to the channel storms

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Yes I'm right on the seafront looking S-SW - plenty of outflow winds but its just dissipating / breaking up - nothing I can see yet looks like rain. Thunder and lightning staying on the French side by the looks of it and will track east / north east. I imagine we'll just get convective rain.

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6 minutes ago, Azazel said:

Lol if you run the radar loop of the Winchester storm it literally collapses as it reaches Andover. You couldn’t make it up.

Right that’s me done. Enjoy those up north. All eyes on tomorrow. Last chance.

Apparently mum said a few rumbles came out of it and a bit of rain and that was it. Meanwhile look at Wales ... Again!

 

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2 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

Something has just developed S of you.

near Eccy/Stone, flashes that way

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Noticed this popped up out of nowhere on the radar between 8:25 and 8:30. Can anyone see what is going on here?

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2 minutes ago, CreweCold said:

Something has just developed S of you.

Looks like the 'gap' is infilling again, like last night 😄 😄   Fingers crossed they'll reach you too.

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Another chase, another storm, another motorway service station visited, another half price fast food meal, I'd call that a success of a evening 

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2 minutes ago, SqueakheartLW said:

Noticed this popped up out of nowhere on the radar between 8:25 and 8:30. Can anyone see what is going on here?

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May be an outflow boundary. They do shoe up on radar. Don’t always mean further development. Edit: Kind of weird how the feature hogs back about 20 miles on the next radar frame. Probably some weird radar anomaly  

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