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1 minute ago, East_England_Stormchaser91 said:

Going to gamble and try and get into that cell towards Wycombe. Currently just South of Northampton. Was gunning for that Coventry cell, but it seemed to be dying off. I looked left and could see the Wycombe cell exploding. Looked so much closer as if it was around MK! Must be some big heights on that thing 

It’s in a more favourable area. I’m just NW of it and it’s still there but no further rumbles. You can out-drive the rain band at about 10mph 😅

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Down in Dymchurch very hazy.  Temp a lovely cool 25 deg with a wind.  Waiting to see if any storms make it out of France

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10 minutes ago, SarahWxm said:

Can’t make anything out of it now really. Is it dying off?

It's done the old Supercell thing of splitting, so the right hand side is fizzling out whilst the left side is re-strengthening.  And it's the Right that I can see, anvil structure still looks amazing, though it is getting close to blotting out the sun here.

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2 hours ago, VillagePlank said:

581,479

I can't eat that many in 1 sitting

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Something Tring to pop over NE London 

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My view of the Wycombe storm from over here in Essex. Impressive considering it’s the other side of London! 

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3 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

It's done the old Supercell thing of splitting, so the right hand side is fizzling out whilst the left side is re-strengthening.  And it's the Right that I can see, anvil structure still looks amazing, though it is getting close to blotting out the sun here.

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Ah right. It just looks a cloudy mess to me now lol. I hope it keeps gunning for north east wales. The lightning last night was unreal!

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3 minutes ago, Ryukai said:

It's done the old Supercell thing of splitting, so the right hand side is fizzling out whilst the left side is re-strengthening.  And it's the Right that I can see, anvil structure still looks amazing, though it is getting close to blotting out the sun here.

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Usually the opposite happens, the left mover normally fizzles, whilst the right hand storm becomes severe. Still learning I guess lol

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Not bad being able to see a possible Supercell over mid-Wales from here in the Peak District, just been out looking Eastwards at towers rising and falling whilst meanwhile this was developing to my other side.

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I could be imagining this, but it looks like the right most part of the anvil is growing as I watch it!

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Same old story in the channel, activity doesn't show any rapid growth, clearly still a firm lid on everything

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From East to West panoramic photo most clouds I've seen in a while 

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image.thumb.png.ae5e440b2a8ba5d4b644aef92709b99c.pngthat storm is moving so fast coming this way never seen a storm move so fast

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Been watching this area grow on the radar over the last hour

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This is passing overhead atm, about as exciting as its gonna get here this evening

Have a feeling tomorrow won't be too much better either, I'm usually a glass half full kind of guy, but this year has finally started to take it's toll, I'd love to be proved wrong about our prospects though.

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Classic anvil. Edging closer.

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7 minutes ago, East_England_Stormchaser91 said:

Usually the opposite happens, the left mover normally fizzles, whilst the right hand storm becomes severe. Still learning I guess lol

Nahhh... that's just America doing everything the wrong way round just to annoy us Brits, like driving and writing dates.... 😜 

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4 minutes ago, matt111 said:

Been watching this area grow on the radar over the last hour

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Newbie here, ive been looking at that as well question is will it or wont it

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Finally pushing out into the Channel.

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The showers in the radar image I posted above are to my SW are a bit too far from me to see at the moment. However I can see this to the  east. 

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