Of mists and tornadoes. …
There have been few tornadoes for quite some time now. This is in keeping with the absence of the misty weather that normally occurs during the cycles that involve them.
This post follows on from a recent post about the interaction of the weather in the North Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The cycle that brings tornadoes seems to have ended this year with the advent of a series of spells that induced lots of minor earthquakes in California. There is nothing unusual in such small tremors except that in the case of these quakes they duplicate.
And such duplications add to the overall intensity value as weather stoppers. I don't claim to know what is going on.
I am sure that when more is know it will be seena as much more elaborate than it appears to me at the moment. But that is how the shoulders of giants are built, people not appreciating just how big a task they are taking on and never ever seeing all the pieces until the the picture is finished.
Misty weather tends to occur when the phase of the moon is at 00:00, 12:00 or 06:00 and 18:00.
Tornadoes tend to occur when the phase is about 02:00 or similar variables as above. Derechos an hour later. Thundery stuff in there, so to speak.
Thunder in Britain at about 3 or 9 o'clock. So interpolate from there.
Variation apply according to storms and earthquakes but then again tornadoes and supercells have that effect too.
Awkward to work on.
I have lost track of what I wanted to say on here.
When I was silly I never went to the pub I thought of what god made
So I walked in the hills with my dog and my gun
And I hid from the sun in the shade
I shot crows and rabbits and when I was done I walked home from the glade though if I'd stayed longer it still wouldn't scan. Diddly diddly dum diddlie-aye.
One day I lay in my bedroom shooting out of the gloo-oom
My mother cried I thought someone's died
She said what did you do-oo?
I shot a policeman's son right in the bum.
Now he won't steal apples from you
I don't know what that has to do with foggy foggy due. They took my gun off me and let me off with a caution. Which I thought was rather poetic because it didn't rhyme at all.