In the winter months, a cold Northerly airflow over the warm Irish Sea can generate instability, leading to
a north-south line of convective storms forming. This is the best I have seen so far - intercepted at sunrise at Borth
on a late November morning in 2005. The same morning, a lad was struck by lightning whilst sledging in the
Prescelli hills of SW Wales. Theis shot shows new cells bubbling up with older ones behind.

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