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Just now, Ryukai said:

Maybe it'll hit Coningsby 😄 .  Big Jet TV is livestreaming from there, and he was moaning earlier on about the weather at Heathrow yesterday, and he's 'glad to be out of that today' 🤣

I remember him filming Heathrow all day in a belter of a winter gale! Dedicated, almost insane. Amazing guy.

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2 minutes ago, xSnow said:

This band of rain just needs to get a move on, it’s not producing much convective activity whatsoever (except in the East) and is really bringing the temperature down which won’t help storms to develop later in the day.

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Was just messaging a friend and saying exact same thing,this system needs to hurry up and shift its self

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Cell going up and firing near Forest Row. Think that's got my name on it! AT LAST, after months of nothing...!  😍

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23 minutes ago, Azazel said:

Anyone concerned about that cloud steaming in from the south east?

Yes meeeeeeeeeee!! it's dropped temps too

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17 minutes ago, SqueakheartLW said:

This currently looks promising although I shouldn't get my hopes up really

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Just plotted where the eastern extent of this storm system is tracking. It appears to be building on the eastern side of the band of storms. If this continues then the eastern edge should follow the red arrow and means Scunthorpe should see some storms later this afternoon.

Keep going like this storms and don't swerve westwards or die on me before you get to Scunthorpe

It's moving WNW is the precipitation so that edge is destined for Nottingham and Derby. The further north it initially forms the better of course.

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19c here has risen 1c since this morning

 

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27c here but skies going hazy and no full sun now - Booo

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1 minute ago, StormLoser said:

Cell going up and firing near Forest Row. Think that's got my name on it! AT LAST, after months of nothing...!  😍

Stormloser...Stormloser...Wake up.. Wake up....its lovely sunny day and not a cloud in the sky...

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1 hour ago, tomp456 said:

It's very odd considering we've just had one of the wettest autumn and winters on record!

The news is people are using to much water, and others are then having pressure issues, and not able to get any. But the storage is fine.there was a call for people to stop using sprinklers on the news last night. 

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Looks like the weather isn't far away from The Rose Bowl in Southampton.

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Just now, alexisj9 said:

The news is people are using to much water, and others are then having pressure issues, and not able to get any. But the shortage is fine.there was a call for people to stop using sprinklers on the news last night. 

what's it taken 4 days of sunny weather in the SE

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8 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

Maybe it'll hit Coningsby 😄 .  Big Jet TV is livestreaming from there, and he was moaning earlier on about the weather at Heathrow yesterday, and he's 'glad to be out of that today' 🤣

He's cool! Did he get hit by strikes lol. Brilliant dude. I would like to see a live streamig storm on his cam!

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MMM was hoping for a dryer day  today after the deluge    looking like this band may reach here   

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3 minutes ago, Ndc Ozzie said:

Was just messaging a friend and saying exact same thing,this system needs to hurry up and shift its self

It should hopefully budge from our area within the next hour or so, but it’s really isn’t in a hurry to go anywhere.

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3 minutes ago, Dan the Man said:

Looks like the weather isn't far away from The Rose Bowl in Southampton.

And rain has now  stopped play.

The hovercover is on.

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4 minutes ago, Gordon Webb said:

what's it taken 4 days of sunny weather in the SE

Erm try 12mm here since 31st March - Thats pretty severe in my book

Yearly total of 151mm with 139mm of that between Jan 1st and March 31st

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2 minutes ago, xSnow said:

It should hopefully budge from our area within the next hour or so, but it’s really isn’t in a hurry to go anywhere.

No true,but is moving so may have hope yet http://www.raintoday.co.uk/mobile

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Just had tens mins of very heavy rain here in st helens isle of wight. 

Very grey and hazy, temps feel like they have dropped a bit. 

Surely isle of wight will see some storm. Action today. 

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6 minutes ago, Had Worse said:

Stormloser...Stormloser...Wake up.. Wake up....its lovely sunny day and not a cloud in the sky...

Lol!!  😄

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that rain just got here about 10mins ago been loitering around south for about 3 hours

 

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through the mist and murk i can see some hefty convection too my S/E

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2 minutes ago, *Stormforce~beka* said:

He's cool! Did he get hit by strikes lol. Brilliant dude. I would like to see a live streaming storm on his cam!

Just got dumped on by a ton of rain 😛 , but you could hear the grumbling of the thunder on it.  He did get footage of a plane being struck by lightning a few months back though. (it's on his youtube channel)

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1 minute ago, Paul Sherman said:

Erm try 12mm here since 31st March - Thats pretty severe in my book

ah didn't know the figures , yeah well justified in that case then

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17 minutes ago, Matty88 said:

Unlikely, draw a line from the wash to South Wales and this is the zone for convective activity today. 

Don't go and spoil it by saying that. You never know

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