Well after a bout of storms last night, more are on their way. So I've decided to grab a collection of pictures that have been posted on social media in regards to this evenings storms - which have arrived an hour or two ago on the South-East side of the United Kingdom.
Please note that this post will keep updating during the evening, so keep checking back (newer images will appear at the bottom)
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Well what a surprise, Apple will be once again rinsing you of even more money later this year when it releases the iPhone 6 - and I bet a load of you will once again still happily open your wallets and spend your money on their dribble.
It seems, obviously still rumoured (at the moment), that the iPhone 6 will NOT have the bog-standard 3.5mm jack (the headphone hole to you simpletons), which will mean all your current headphones, cables and connectors that you have once bought and currently use, will be rendered useless! (Feel free to... [read more]
Well after having a browse around I found these two plugins for Google Earth that seem to work really good and offer information from NWS (National Weather Service) and NOAA (National Oceanic and Atomospheric Administration).
Total US Doppler Radar
This plugin gives you a (near) live picture of the whole of the United States' doppler readings, which update every 5 minutes (600 seconds). I myself have modified mine though as the original doppler picture has loads of white space, so to change it to a better image that doesn't have the white space, then do the following:
1) Download the plugin.
2) Rename the... [read more]
I have a huge fascination with the weather. Though what we get here in the United Kingdom is poo compared to the likes of the United States of America... with their 15+ inches of snow, deep freezes, massive heatwaves, hail stones the size of grapefruits, hurricanes, magnificent thunderstorms and lightning and of course tornadoes.
Not many people know though, the UK has more tornadoes than the USA - but that's only like that because that's measured by tornadoes by area. Though overall the USA have over 1,000 tornadoes a year! Ranging from just little funnels in the sky to full blown... [read more]