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Storm Reports - Wednesday 11th August 2004


Methuselah

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  • Location: Swindon ,Wilts;
  • Weather Preferences: Thunderstorms.
  • Location: Swindon ,Wilts;

:?: Looking at the lightening chart, there seems to be a lot of activity around the Midlands area,can anyone confirm this?

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  • Location: morecambe bay
  • Location: morecambe bay

thunderstorm here in morecambe bay . just passing north of lancaster.very warm and dry at the moment , but a fair amount of cumulus congestus,and convection this morning.

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  • Location: Derby (N.E MIDLANDS) 61 ASL
  • Location: Derby (N.E MIDLANDS) 61 ASL
:?: Looking at the lightening chart, there seems to be a lot of activity around the Midlands area,can anyone confirm this?

we had one about 45mins ago lots of rain fell.

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  • Location: Yr Wyddgrug, Gogledd Cymru (350m ASL)
  • Location: Yr Wyddgrug, Gogledd Cymru (350m ASL)

2 storms to report today lighting seen in both, thunder heard in one, torrential driving rain, the first storm was accompanied by strong winds

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  • Location: Newton-le-Willows, Warrington, Merseyside
  • Location: Newton-le-Willows, Warrington, Merseyside

Thunder and lightning in the distance at about 8:30-9pm, mostly AC lightning.

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  • Location: Darwen, BB3
  • Location: Darwen, BB3

Just had a nice little thunderstorm clip my area.

It generated some spectacular lightning flashes.

I have taken a few pictures of the storm as it moved in.

As the sky looked really cool as the storm moved in, as it was during sunset.

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  • Location: Cheshire
  • Location: Cheshire

Sorry for the late report, but I had a massive storm last night (wed) on my way home from work.

Completely unexpected. The rain was torrential. The roads were flooded and the actual water on the road surface was about 2cm deep. The drains just didn't even get a look in.

Obviously it was an awesome sight, but as we driving at the time, it wasn't the nicest situation it could have been.

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