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07-07-2019, 19:14   #961
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Venice has been given a battering

https://twitter.com/severeweatherEU/...290680320?s=19

https://twitter.com/severeweatherEU/...035077632?s=19
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08-07-2019, 12:04   #962
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Another from Venice if you were on this boat what the hell would happen to you.

https://kudtkoekiewet.nl/?t=https://..._de_haven.html
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sferic showing up off the M9 and tinryland on two detectors
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08-07-2019, 19:46   #964
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sferic showing up off the M9 and tinryland on two detectors
They're false readings.
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They're false readings.
Was thinking the same but just threw it out there, We can live and hope..
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08-07-2019, 20:33   #966
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Weds showing some potential for thunder even though a messy profile. Frontal passage moving over the peak diurnal temperatures with areas of convergence ,some heavier rain than previously forecast possible in the Northern half of the country and more so from the midlands to the the E / NE as convection matures on its way from SW to NE. It's where you would expect most of the thunderstorm activity if they happen . A good deal of DLS showing up over the whole country and LLS over Northern counties. Warm and humid.

Possibly elevated thunderstorms.










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08-07-2019, 23:08   #967
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Must be some light show of the coast of Croatia
https://www.lightningmaps.org/#
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09-07-2019, 23:14   #969
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Convective Weather



Day 2 Convective Outlook
VALID 06:00 UTC Wed 10 Jul 2019 - 05:59 UTC Thu 11 Jul 2019

ISSUED 20:51 UTC Tue 09 Jul 2019

ISSUED BY: Dan

Upper ridge initially over the British Isles on Wednesday will gradually retreat to the southeast, allowing an upper trough to approach from the Atlantic and ultimately allowing the flow aloft to gradually flatten. The surface pattern is rather messy, with fairly extensive cloud layers courtesy of a broad warm sector - surface dewpoints will widely be between 13-15C, but 16-17C widely over Ireland behind a second warm front which will move eastwards across the island during Wednesday morning / early afternoon.


In general, cloud cover could be a major inhibiting factor for deep convection - however, guidance favours some clearance over eastern Scotland and portions of Ireland during the afternoon and evening hours. Provided sufficient heating of this rather moist low-level airmass occurs, scattered heavy showers may develop.
Over Scotland cloud depth may be somewhat limited, which combined with very weak shear suggests that there may not be much in the way of lightning activity, despite the potential for heavy, slow-moving "pulse type" showers. We have tentatively included a low-end SLGT to highlight the main area of interest, and it could be the case that most activity occurs quite late in the day (i.e. in the evening hours). Localised surface water flooding is the main concern given slow movement of showers.

A low-end SLGT has also been issued for parts of Northern Ireland / Republic of Ireland, where a slightly better environment will exist for lightning potential. It seems plausible that scattered showers and a few thunderstorms could develop during the afternoon through the central areas, drifting to the NE with time - with most activity then weakening and/or clearing to the Irish Sea by mid-evening. A few isolated strikes from elevated convection is also not out of the question along northwest Atlantic coasts, running NE into W Scotland during the evening/night hours, though confidence is not particularly high given a lack of widespread NWP support.




Met Eireann also mentioning: 'Some dry spells in eastern areas at first. But the rain in western and northern areas will become fairly widespread by early afternoon. Some heavy bursts are likely later too, with a risk of thunder.'
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09-07-2019, 23:49   #970
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The models showing the possibility of some heavy showers in places tomorrow and increasingly so in the afternoon and evening in the Eastern half of the country. It remains to be seen if convection gets established enough to become electrified. The main models showing some possibility of lightning.







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Significant risk of lightning storms developing later today and flash flooding appears likely. The cloud height caps eroded through the day, strong convection by early afternoon. Big development and big downpours likely particularly toward evening. East/North most of risk of disruption.
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10-07-2019, 05:57   #972
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Significant risk of lightning storms developing later today and flash flooding appears likely.
My head and eyes telling me this morning this is possible.

Head is thumping this morning and skies/clouds look very interesting this morning with some vigra clouds and 'popcorn' clouds.
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My head and eyes telling me this morning this is possible.

Head is thumping this morning and skies/clouds look very interesting this morning with some vigra clouds and 'popcorn' clouds.
Exact same as you, headache this morning. Something is brewing.
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10-07-2019, 07:59   #974
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ECM also showing the W, NW with a chance of thunderstorms today maybe more so in coastal areas. Northern counties look to be possibly the more active. Also showing the SW later in the night as having potential of some sparks.
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10-07-2019, 08:03   #975
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Met Eireann are mentioning thunder in their forecast but have no warning in place
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