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Offline Freddy Topic starter
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Real time lightning map


Thought this was cool. I've not looked into how it's done, satellites perhaps ?

There's a lot of storms over Britain at the moment. Looks like Suffolk is being hit today.

http://www.lightningmaps.org/realtime?lang=en


Posted July 20, 2014, 14:54:12 PM Logged

Offline Data
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Re: Real time lightning map


Very cool and clever  Cool


Posted July 20, 2014, 15:05:47 PM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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I like.  thumbsup  Cool

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Offline DaveMorton
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Re: Real time lightning map


I like.  thumbsup  Cool
That makes many of us, really. Cheesy

I was out and about yesterday during a VERY intense thunderstorm/flash flood here, so was unable to view it via the lightning map, but I imagine it would have been very thrilling to do so.

As a side note, the street I live on was completely submerged by at least 6 inches of rapidly flowing water just one house away from our property, while the road that I take to get home actually was closed by not only flowing water, but also by nearly a foot of sand/silt that had covered the pavement for about a third of a city block in length. Also, the main street through town became a raging river for about a half hour, covering multiple lanes with water, mud and debris up to two feet deep. Shocked

And yes, I was OUT in that weather! Cheesy thumbsup

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