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#121 Posted : 21 July 2021 13:32:47(UTC)
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They're trying...

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#122 Posted : 21 July 2021 15:27:34(UTC)
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Torrential downpours breaking out here in the central Lakes. Towering Cumulonimbus and 28 C!!
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#123 Posted : 21 July 2021 15:31:10(UTC)
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Thunder now here in Ambleside, rumbling round the Lake District Hills
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#124 Posted : 22 July 2021 06:06:40(UTC)
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Close and one or two cells did manage to breakthrough

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#125 Posted : 22 July 2021 18:34:48(UTC)
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Poky cell looks to have developed over northern parts of Greater Manchester

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#126 Posted : 22 July 2021 18:37:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: KevBrads1 Go to Quoted Post

Poky cell looks to have developed over northern parts of Greater Manchester

I'm sure I've just heard thunder. Not sure if it the one popping up over Manchester or the cell near Oldham.

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#127 Posted : 22 July 2021 18:40:41(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bolty Go to Quoted Post

 

I'm sure I've just heard thunder. Not sure if it the one popping up over Manchester or the cell near Oldham.

Looks as though it is tipping it down towards Prestwich on the radar.

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#128 Posted : 22 July 2021 19:37:56(UTC)
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In Manchester city centre now. Just seen CG lightning to my west, followed by loud thunder.
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#129 Posted : 22 July 2021 19:47:29(UTC)
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Heavy shower with a couple claps of thunder

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#130 Posted : 22 July 2021 20:46:10(UTC)
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Timelapse looking towards Manchester, convection slowly gets going then finally a storm develops

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#131 Posted : 23 July 2021 08:14:00(UTC)
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A few lightning strikes showing across south Devon recently although not much in the way of associated rain.
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#132 Posted : 23 July 2021 16:49:07(UTC)
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Some fantastic storms here at the moment..constant lightning..heavy rain and hail..
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#133 Posted : 23 July 2021 17:32:19(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: marco 79 Go to Quoted Post
Some fantastic storms here at the moment constant lightning. heavy rain and hail..

Yes the ones in the Channel Islands look interesting. I'm quietly optimistic to see lightning/hear thunder in the next few hours on the South Dorset coast. The first this summer and indeed for several years if it comes to pass.

When you look at the lightning map what could possibly make them skirt by to the east and west?

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#134 Posted : 23 July 2021 19:20:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NMA Go to Quoted Post

 

Yes the ones in the Channel Islands look interesting. I'm quietly optimistic to see lightning/hear thunder in the next few hours on the South Dorset coast. The first this summer and indeed for several years if it comes to pass.

When you look at the lightning map what could possibly make them skirt by to the east and west?

Proper thundery trough swinging up in the Channel now. Very active

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#135 Posted : 23 July 2021 20:25:09(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Sevendust Go to Quoted Post
 

Proper thundery trough swinging up in the Channel now. Very active

It is. Back from Weymouth where at 8pm was near dark and Portland looking almost menacing against the dark sky. Back home the last of the sun. The whole lot seems to be expanding so fingers crossed for first thunder storm in what seems years here. I guess that the people in tents (hundreds/thousands perhaps) won't be so appreciative of what's heading off the Channel tonight.

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#136 Posted : 23 July 2021 22:20:19(UTC)
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Torrential rain band just clearing the island..constant thunder and lightning since 9.30pm
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#137 Posted : 23 July 2021 23:35:31(UTC)
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Starting to hear a few distant rumbles of thunder, but they remain very intermittent. Earlier rain cleared leaving a slight dampening.
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#138 Posted : 24 July 2021 00:29:17(UTC)
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Occasional lighting but not exactly the most energetic of storms. Some heavy downpours to but again typical channel stuff which looks much worse on radar then actually is.
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#139 Posted : 24 July 2021 03:13:09(UTC)
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I've just been woken by the dogs, they hate thunder and they're making more fuss and noise than what's going on outside, the occasional loudish rumble but nothing I would normally have stayed up for.

 

 

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#140 Posted : 24 July 2021 06:33:01(UTC)
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Yes it sort of fizzled out by the time it had ambled across the Channel last night. Still managed to break the electrical storm drought of past few summers in a desultory sort of way.

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