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  • Location: Midlands
  • Location: Midlands

    :)

    Just taken a look out of my window (NE facing) which overlooks Birmingham. (14.30 local) There is a great deal of cu activity and against a mid grey sky is a line of developing cb's. They look most impressive, being brilliant white, and the upward growth can clearly be seen. No really big ones visible, but a lot of the lower growth disappears into the grey hazy sky. I have often experienced conditions like this that don't appear too spectacular on the ground, but once airborne with a change of perspective provide very large Cb's. General movement seems to be towards the N or NW.

    As suggested on the convective index maps, and noted during my early morning flight from scotland, there does indeed seem to be a good deal of atmospheric instability across the midlands today. Looking forward to seeing how they develop.

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

    Cool, and welcome to net-weather.

    However, this would be better in the storms and extreme weather thread located here.

    http://net-weather.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.p...=8578&start=198

    Stay tuned to that forum, as that is where all the storm discussions are taking place at the moment.

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