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13 minutes ago, Paul Sherman said:

It's little sister is booming away to the SE Now 

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I just hope it survives to here - it’s parent is collapsing very quickly 😢

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Posted (edited)
7 minutes ago, Mitch the motorbike storm said:

Could you show screen shottt

8pm and 9pm attached although think they might be french timings. It's a glancing blow for East Sussex

 

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Why are they all dying instead of lasting hours like the Welsh ones? Wales is the place to be!

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My first rumble today.

Looks like Porthmadog is sending me a present..... and as I type... a second one.

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5 minutes ago, *Stormforce~beka* said:

Why are they all dying instead of lasting hours like the Welsh ones? Wales is the place to be!

Looks like some fairly extensive cold pools have developed - there's not a great deal of shear today, so these are pulse-type storms that collapse fairly quickly, gusting out and while that can develop daughter cells nearby (as we saw multiple times yesterday) there's a lot of rain-cooled air now over southern England (the outflow also disrupting and distorting the shape of the nice convergence zone that was in place earlier)

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4 minutes ago, Lance M said:

8pm and 9pm attached although think they might be french timings. It's a glancing blow for East Sussex

 

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rubbish here, nothing at all

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2 minutes ago, staplehurst said:

Looks like some fairly extensive cold pools have developed - there's not a great deal of shear today, so these are pulse-type storms that collapse fairly quickly, gusting out and while that can develop daughter cells nearby (as we saw multiple times yesterday) there's a lot of rain-cooled air now over southern England

Sounds game over!

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How is it that ely has been in the gloomy cool gloop all day and approx 8 miles west And south they’ve Had heavy rain and lightning for hours?! Damn, my luck lol

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What looked like a serious breach of the SOR, turned in to false positive. It's now stronger than ever. Disappointing, but worse things happen at sea.

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Looks like I can call it a night now and get on with dinner - what a shame 😢

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Another rumble, sounded like it was from the West this time so it is still moving away

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IOSSC's lightning detector seems to have caught a lot of the lightning.

Thunderstorm ID R-2873 detected 16:47

 

Storm location bearing 139.2 dgr distance 11 mi

Last recorded activity 18:03

Intensity class Weak

Intensity trend No change

 

Current strikerate 2/minute

 

Peak strikerate 12/minute

Total recorded strikes 214

Cloud-Ground strikes 74 - 34.58%

Intracloud strikes 140 - 65.42%

Strike type distribution

Positive Cloud-Ground [+CG] 17 - 7.94%

Negative Cloud-Ground [-CG] 57 - 26.64%

Positive Intracloud [+IC] 61 - 28.50%

Negative Intracloud [-IC] 79 - 36.92%

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4 minutes ago, Mapantz said:

What looked like a serious breach of the SOR, turned in to false positive. It's now stronger than ever. Disappointing, but worse things happen at sea.

What's a sor?

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Well today was good enough for me. No direct storms but had a few pass by that gave us a good deal of rain so I'm more than happy. Some nice deep rumbles of thunder too.

I'm just happy that the heat has come down and I can stop sweating lol 

Temperature 20c and dew point 18c, humidity has come done to 87%. 

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1 minute ago, *Stormforce~beka* said:

What's a sor?

Shield of Resistance!

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There is a development in the north sea that s appeared in the last 10 mins just off Burnham on crouch... Might be hopeful

 

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Right, well. That was lovely. See you all next summer.

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One of the worst areas for storms this, only storms that happen(if they do) are in the middle of the night, I will never ever be fooled again at thunderstorm warnings!! I’ll believe them when I see it in person😁

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2 hours ago, Typhoon John said:

Looks like this London storm is going to miss me here in the East.  Frustrating to have now had storms North, South and West of me in the last couple of days but nothing over us.  We've had about 30 seconds of rain.

Completing the set of compass points, now have had a storm to the East which is dying before it gets here. 🤷🏻‍♂️

Doesn't look good for the rest of tonight.

 

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Well I think the POS has been well and truly broken today but this part of it hasn’t. Maybe I’m under the SOR instead and that’s why I’ve had nothing here. 

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Posted (edited)

Wow, lots of people giving up already

One thing is for sure, it's still very muggy out there, and I'm right on the coast, still many hours to go yet

 

Keep the faith

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Two decent looking cells have popped up about 15 miles off the Essex coast....

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3 minutes ago, Southern Storm said:

Wow, lots of people giving up already

One thing is for sure, it's still very muggy out there, and I'm right on the coast, still many hours to go yet

 

Keep the faith

Seems even more humid than earlier now to me. 

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