Well the weather forecast turned out to be wrong last night as all we had was wall to wall stratocumulus. It was a very warm muggy night here so my sister and I decided to take the dog for a walk out to the countryside ( I was wearing a T-Shirt) and as we passed a tall hedgerow we noticed a very low and long clear gap extending from the N - NE and immediately I spotted NLCs at 02.25 BST low in the NE only 2 degrees above the horizon. White in colour with possible IVc whirl and III wave structure and considering atmospheric extinction I estimated it at type 3 brightness. Within 5 min's it was gone. I had no idea how tall the display climbed into the sky as cloud cover began at 2 degrees above the local horizon. Managed to get one not so good image but it is a record at least. My 28th display of 2007.