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Steve mi0dlw
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2 Aug 2008
Hi all

had a small storm here yesterday afternoon, only about 5 brattles of thunder,
but some torrential rain with it, highest rain rate recorded on my weather station
since I set it up in 2004, (300mm/hour rate)
the storm was pretty close to over head, I've added the graph from my weather station,
you can see when the storm went by, the pressure dropped almost 1hPa/mb, in a few minutes.


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29 May 2008
Hi All,

I just did a run of my WXSim program, to get the next 7 days forecast,
the result looked good, then I noticed the rainfall on Tuesday (IMG:style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif) actually make that double (IMG:style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif) (IMG:style_emoticons/default/ohmy.gif) and add an (IMG:style_emoticons/default/sad.gif)
I thought the program was playing up, so I checked netweather.tv, and they give higher totals and torrential rain,
kind of a heads up too as I haven't checked where this is coming from yet. and what other areas going to be getting similar rain,
screen capture of the forecast below

and last time I complain about so little rain in a month lol

kind of hope it changes as Tuesday is still 5 days away


you can go eek! with me too, I don't mind (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif)


Edit: looks like parts of Wales, especially the south west and north, and south western Scotland could also be affected by this rain too
24 May 2008
The Met office have issued early warnings for most of England and Wales
heavy rain / thunderstorms

areas under the warning for Tuesday 27 / Wednesday 28

East of England
North West England
South West England
Yorkshire & Humber
West Midlands
London & South East England
East Midlands
North East England

full details on the Met Office website

10 May 2008
text below see http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_...t_warnings.html
for further details

warning for
Argyll + Bute
E Ayrshire
E Dunbartonshire
E Renfrewshire
N Ayrshire
N Lanarkshire
S Ayrshire
S Lanarkshire
W Dunbartonshire

Slow-moving thunderstorms, with locally heavy rain, are expected to spread northwards during the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. Torrential downpours, with a risk of large hail, are likely locally, bringing the risk of up to 25mm of rain in 3 hours.

The Public are advised to take extra care and refer to 'Traffic Scotland' for further advice on road conditions.

Issued at: 1646 Sat 10 May

(you've lit that BBQ Gill, haven't you?)

10 May 2008
Found these from today, would not have liked to be in the room when the lightning struck

Boy sleeps on as lightning hits quote from the boys father "I said 'what the hell was that? "
not so sure I would have been so polite

Thunderstorms bring flash floods
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