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Alarm as 'thundersnow' hits Scotland

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Police Scotland has reassured residents in Edinburgh after hundreds of people reported being woken by the sound of explosions.

However, police said that what people were actually hearing was the phenomenon known as "thundersnow".

Two "extraordinarily loud" thunder claps were heard over the capital just before 05:00.

Full report with video at the BBC: Link

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DebDandelion
36 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

Police Scotland has reassured residents in Edinburgh after hundreds of people reported being woken by the sound of explosions.

However, police said that what people were actually hearing was the phenomenon known as "thundersnow".

Two "extraordinarily loud" thunder claps were heard over the capital just before 05:00.

Full report with video at the BBC: Link

Amaaaazing! 

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joc
10 hours ago, DebDandelion said:

Amaaaazing! 

I once experienced Thunder Hail in my back  yard.  True story!  Lightening strike...clap of thunder and the hail came down like rain!

btw...have I told you lately how much I adore you?  No I haven't!  Consider it done! :wub:

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DebDandelion
1 hour ago, joc said:

I once experienced Thunder Hail in my back  yard.  True story!  Lightening strike...clap of thunder and the hail came down like rain!

btw...have I told you lately how much I adore you?  No I haven't!  Consider it done! :wub:

First off, thunder Hail, would have paid to see that. 

And thank you... I adore you tooooooo! 

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