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Hi there from Southwest thread, 

im in Frome / Somerset and hoping some cg comes from this developing line of storms that stemmed from Basingstoke Reading direction . 

 

Sat here cameras at the ready . No wind, muggy looking ripe for a storm . 

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13 minutes ago, Jamiee said:

 

What beach was that in the 2nd clip?? Most Mental Thing I’ve seen this week!

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Something's building closer to home. Had some lightning I think to the south or south east, couldn't tell, and some thunder just after, was about 5 to 6 miles away.

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3 minutes ago, WeatherWatchmanG said:

whats triggering these storms over west london fifth storm in three days now or is it two days I dont know anymore.

West London been a prime storm spot since I was a kid, time and time again they get the best storms.  Thinking of moving there lol

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2 minutes ago, Colin_P said:

Your wording was fine.

I could have taken some footage but being new to the site don't know to post it.

Hey Colin.  You can upload multiple images inside your post here without using a third party.

Videos, on the other hand, will need to go to somewhere else first such YouTube, vimeo etc.  Unless you can somehow get a video under 10MB

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2 minutes ago, Paul R said:

Something's building closer to home. Had some lightning I think to the south or south east, couldn't tell, and some thunder just after, was about 5 to 6 miles away.

Thats the one im looking at

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well i think im gona go to bed nothing is gonna hit southampton tonight if it does my windows are wide open

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6 minutes ago, Lance M said:

Does tomorrow night look any good Ben? The current MetO graphics show a similar set-up to right now, but they're usually a few hours behind the latest UKV run.

AROME 18z carries storms on well into the night for N London, seems like a similar scenario to what happened at Cambridge today. UKV very underwhelming for tomorrow although very late tomorrow night/Sat morning has some thundery activity for London area.

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Look how bad the AROME is though, it hasn't even got T+001 correct..

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1 minute ago, Ben Sainsbury said:

AROME 18z carries on well into the night for N London, seems like a similar scenario to what happened at Cambridge today. UKV very underwhelming for tomorrow although very late tomorrow night/Sat morning has some thundery activity for London area.

Thanks dude. Sounds good enough to me. Happy to chase within 50 miles tomorrow night what with no work the following day! 

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Posted (edited)

Well guys, thought I’d have a cheeky little trip down the M11, just at stansted and it’s epic! Bright blue lightning, and the roads are getting pretty bad. Mad how foggy and murky it is at the same time however, didn’t start seeing the lightning until it was right on top of me all of a sudden! Quite creepy and eerie

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1 minute ago, Mapantz said:

Look how bad the AROME is though, it hasn't even got T+001 correct..

Arome T001 is quite out of sync

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I can see the edge of the cell south of Basingstoke silhoutted against the sky. I'm surprised by how fast the clouds are moving tonight. Noticeable drop in temperature recently and a light breeze has sprung up a bit. Lightning appears to have decreased in frequency too.

 

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1 minute ago, Paul R said:

I can see the edge of the cell south of Basingstoke silhoutted against the sky. I'm surprised by how fast the clouds are moving tonight. Noticeable drop in temperature recently and a light breeze has sprung up a bit.

 

Did you see any lightning ? difficult against the fog i guess as the storm had to be over us to see the lightning

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17 minutes ago, UKSupercell said:

OMG.....WOW!!!!! Just drove through the most insane rainfall and lightning I have ever seen.....NASTY!!!! Currently near Marlow and Henley in Berks/Bucks.....many roads starting to flood in Henley and A404 was mad!!!! Got much iPhone footage of strikes (hopefully) within phone slot and a lot of swearing.....MANIC!!! No way was the strike rate 10ish per min as it was saying, it was every second or two!!!!

I made it one every two seconds.

Are you home now? It mental out there - our gutters have had it, the A40 is flooded and it's just not stopping.

Lightning only every few minutes now.

There's going to be some damage in the morning.

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3 minutes ago, thunderhead 2005 said:

Did you see any lightning ? difficult against the fog i guess as the storm had to be over us to see the lightning

Yes, I saw two flashes and heard rumbles from it, but it seems to have gone quiet. Not seeing much up towards Reading now as well.

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4 minutes ago, Team Squirrel said:

I made it one every two seconds.

Are you home now? It mental out there - our gutters have had it, the A40 is flooded and it's just not stopping.

Lightning only every few minutes now.

There's going to be some damage in the morning.

Just down the hill from you.

This is the storm that just keeps on giving, lightning is far less frequent than round 1 though.

Round 2 here but I'd say rather than overhead it is probably 1/2 way between Maidenhead and Wycombe.

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24 minutes ago, Mike Poole said:

Just seen a flash, looking at the radar, something coming our way...

Certainly is!

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Activity winding down it seems, time for sleep! Here's to another day of fun tomorrow and fingers crossed for some surprises for some!

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Extraordinary storm raging in wgc. Massive thunder

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Colin_P said:

Just down the hill from you.

This is the storm that just keeps on giving, lightning is far less frequent than round 1 though.

Round 2 here but I'd say rather than overhead it is probably 1/2 way between Maidenhead and Wycombe.

Yes indeed, Bourne end seems to be having some flooding issues right now, the pub is apparently bailing water out the front door.

Here, the rain is just still falling but moderately.

I think my allotment is going to be forked.

Strikes few and far between now so off to try and sleep again.

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48 minutes ago, Mike Poole said:

Just seen a flash, looking at the radar, something coming our way...

Certainly is!

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