I followed these storms from mid afternoon when I first noticed a line of CB's strung out across northern England.
When I ran the analysis of rainfall estimates I thought they might be at least a magnitude of x2 too large.
I did a quick Google search and found the news of the flooding in the Leyburn area and realised they might be not too far off the mark.
By the way Valley did get away with a dry day!
Well Bruce, you were well ahead of the “official” forecasters in picking up that line of thunderstorms and by implication, the possible consequences.
It is obvious
that the PM is struggling to find competent people to help run the show. Maybe you can be tempted out of retirement?
The salary in Pounds, Shillings and Pence would make you proud to serve. But of course, you would be required to sing “Rule Britannia” at the start of each shift.
Posted 30 July 2019 - 11:43
We had yellow warnings for possible thunderstorms here in the SW England for three days running.Not one single sfreric showed up for our area.All the action ended up further north.