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Tomorrow (Monday) is looking good for some interesting weather in regards to thunderstorm development. Ealry morning a trough will be aligned from North Wales across to Eastern England. This will then move South and East for the afternoon. The trough line is likely to be the trigger to help a number of factors combine to form some convective activity and possibly some very sharp thunderstorms. Lifted index will be around -2 across the Southern AND Eastern areas and Cape will be likely to climb to 500j/kg by late afternoon. It is likely these factors combined with the trough will cause the trigger of some heavy showers and the odd thunderstorm. Unfortunately sheer as we rise through the atmosphere is little or non existent which means that any thunderstorm activity is likely to last a short period of time and consist of single celled features only. To keep an eye on the situation just check into the GFS and FAX chart section on this site, lots of data in there should help you decide wether thunderstorm activity in your area will spark up!
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