12:23

27th December 12:23

This phase should bring much the same weather as we have enjoyed this last spell. However it appears the reasons will differ. An high is unusual over Britain at this time of year.

Quite good replication of the sea floors is available gratis from the NEIC. I bought a set of National Geographic Maps a few years ago. It is almost unusable.

If you look at this area and collect the extensions (I'll post some more when I get sorted) by clicking on the arrows on the maps at the NEIC site:

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Maps/10/310_55.php
(At this latitude it goes 20 degrees of longitude.)

If you look at this area and collect the extensions… you will be able to make assumptions about the possible tracks for cyclones that flow from Newfoundland.

Depending on the spell, you can gauge the number of Lows likely to collect at SE Iceland and thus the intensity of the depth of their combination.

Correlating that idea with the positions and strength of the anticyclones, you can make a good guess about where the cyclones are likely to go to and how they will most likely bleed out.

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40 thoughts on “12:23

  1. the weather keeps changing, we cant expect the same one when the time is different. however, in my opinion, britain enjoys a good weather :)in vn, it's too hot and rains a lot

  2. It means it isn't all that nice out.Certainly not this year at any rate. It has been one of the wetter years in our cycle.

  3. Ah…Problem…Urrmmm.. Bloody isn't quite the sort of language you should be concentrating on at your age. Give it a few decades, will you?

  4. It is a swear word but these days not considered unreproducable. Just forget it. There will be much better ones when you are old enough to get away with them.

  5. There will be an high price to pay for this fine though cold weather we are enjoying.I presume it will result in a severe earthquake probably a Mag 7.5 if not a double 6+.I can't say I have noticed double fronts on the Atlantic chart:So it's a potential 7.5 then.

  6. OOYAR!Vanuatu is going to cop for a big one according to my shoulder. The pinch is right in the middle of my scapula. And it is a biggie -many tornadoes too so watch out China.

  7. I don't know what is going on but I do know we should have cold overcast with mist or drizzle. There should be a complex of Lows and Highs surrounding Britain.Britain should either be in a "Col" (where the pressure remains around 1016 millibars and very little happens) or be crossed by a trough between two Lows or a ridge between two Highs.Neither cyclonic or anticyclonic areas should dominate.

  8. Yes tornadoes there yesterday and a following quake in Sichuan.They seem to be related to the Tornado alley ones. Whajja fink?What am I supposed to be seeing in the SPC site. There is drought but the Unisys site has been showing what I thought of as precipitation in the red hot regions?And those seemed to match closely with central Californian quakes. Too much going on to be sure though.

  9. Right It was showing short range stuff for 4 to 6 days.The contemporay ENSO understanding has drifted from the original findings. From barometer readings to ocean temperatures. This is probably to make satellite data usable but is assaults all reason when the average is 0-point-6 degrees.0.6!!!Meaningless. Stupid.And the pressure data so astonishingly useful. The pressure can be directly related to the lunar phases. It's so damned obvious it hurts.In Victorian times, George Airey made a search to see if there was any use looking at lunar phases. Exhaustive though his work usually was, if he only compared phases he would have found nothing.What a lack luster dim-wit he was.

  10. [quote me]I don't know what is going on but I do know we should have cold overcast with mist or drizzle. There should be a complex of Lows and Highs surrounding Britain.Britain should either be in a "Col" (where the pressure remains around 1016 millibars and very little happens) or be crossed by a trough between two Lows or a ridge between two Highs.Neither cyclonic or anticyclonic areas should dominate.[/quote] Looks like it is righting itself.

  11. So what causes it? I still think HAARP has a lot to do with these new weather patterns, and those earthquakes in the middle of the US – I haven't tracked them before, but are they usual?

  12. With a lunar phase occurring at or near 12 or 6 o'clock we should expect cold dull overcast for the rest of the phase.Usually the country is srrounded by a low then an high then a low and another high.Just like in the above chart:http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/albums/showpic.dml?album=664940&picture=9061005Only a "col" is when there are no isobars, the patch of equal pressure is quite large and usually at about 1016 millibars (just under 30 inches -or "Fair" on a barometer.)

  13. It isn't anything to do with HAARP any more than it is with power stations generally. Look at how much power overhead cables put out. You can here them when it is damp.Big power stations lose huge amounts of energy to the atmosphere.The moon weighs millions of tons, gazillions. And it is tightly locked into an harmonic with the earth.You know how a car vibrates when the engine runs at a certain speed? Look up the Saturn 5 rocket and travel sickness in space. The engines ran at the harmonic of the rocket. (Which probably explains the Shuttle problems too.)We vibrate at about 1 to 10 hertz too.So do earthquake waves.When these interact they cause quakes or storms it is as simple as that.It's minus 13 C in some places over here this morning. But that is the way we used to think of winters a few decades back. Today it is a rare thing.We have cut down all our trees all over the planet. It was the reason that tsunami killed all those people a few years ago. They chopped down all the coastal stuff like mangoes that would have fed the locals, harboured wild life and protected the beaches.The same in all the jungles to grow monocultures that kills the local wildlife and shortened the growing seasons that MUST affect the weather. Today all the fishing banks are deserts caused by overfishing and trawler net damage.If we left the fish alone for ten years they couldn't breed because of the habitat being destroyed.All this is much more catastrophic than a few gallons of fuel being burned each day by everyone that has a car.Volcanoes belch that much in a few hours and it does the world good.That sulphurous stuff is a good fertiliser not a deadly plague.It's a total waste of time concentrating on fuel economy when the farming community is ripping up the land just to keep themselves solvent. It's like we are asking them to feed their flocks on their flocks.Th countries all are being run by dunces and criminals. George Bush is just an example of how bad the others can get away with being.

  14. Just posted this on another blog. While writing it I realised how to forecast earthquakes:How far is this from the West N Atlantic?http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Maps/10/125_5.phpThat stuff on the Atlantic weather chart that runs down from west of Canada (E of Greenland) and turns west towards Britain and France, is the stuff to look out for:Twin lines of Occluded Fronts with what looks like cartoon mice running along them.Absolute certain earthquake forecasters, they are.If you want to try and match them to past weather charts, there are a few on here:http://groups.msn.com/Weatherlore/general.msnw?action=get_message&mview=0&ID_Message=353&LastModified=4675694039057253841It's easy for me to use the charts as they were part of my growing up. They appeared in the better newspapers every day and on the TV with the news. (Sadly both the newspapers and the TV have stopped publishing them for some strange reason. All except the "quality" papers.)There is no reason that you can't use the charts you grew up with if you are familiar with them. They will be different of course but they will react in similar ways to charts of the same area in similar quakes in the past.So all you have to do is to find similar runs of quakes. Not identical ones of course, there is no such thing, but like currency they will have similar features -if different signatures.Like currency the charts are going to be totally different in different countries.Do you get my point?Some charts are like five pound notes and some are more like ten pound notes. And Chinese weather charts will resemble Atlantic charts, the same way that Chinese currency will resemble pound notes.But I'll bet you a tenner to a chart that they will have Occluded Fronts in common. Parallel fronts in this case.And they will be pointing to the same quakes.Hey!That's how to forecast them…Wahey!!!Your weather charts will be pointing to the same quakes that mine will. So look where the 80 degrees places are the same for you and me.Cracked another insoluble problemGet it done!Post some of your weather charts for the same time and date as mine.

  15. The fault line on the Western side appears to be the busiest. I'm still looking for the Altantic fault line chart. I can't find anything past Cuba.

    This earthquake occurred about 4 hours NE from where I live. The first and only time I have ever felt the ground shake, I was living in St. Mary's, Georgia, which is literally "just across the river" from Florida on the Southeast Coast.

  16. http://folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu/recenteqs/Nice site, ta.Just been looking for river courses. I thought they were.One cluster is on the Tennessee, Wabash, Mississippi confluence, is it not?http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/usstates/artwork/rivers/uslayout.htmThe other is the Ohio Mississippi confluence.Going by that, the fault lines for the North Atlantic are the shallows and shoals and continental margins.Actually it is the NA Ridge.All our weather seems to gather there and Lows deepen. A very interesting region.(I am really getting p* off with this keyboard.)

  17. The Missouri Mississippi is another one. For us, things tend to sweep down from the central plains from that side, and then swing around from the west across the lower states.

  18. It's supposed to start raining here tomorrow and last for the next week. I sure hope it does, because my arthritis has been giving me a fit.

  19. Something is going to happen today, I know not what.I am restive is all.I see cutting edge for what it really is, some stupid zebra wants to know what is over the hill and just a herd instict following him. Such is genius.

  20. Originally posted by something I posted last year:

    That stuff on the Atlantic weather chart that runs down from west of Canada (E of Greenland) and turns west towards Britain and France, is the stuff to look out for:Twin lines of Occluded Fronts with what looks like cartoon mice running along them.Absolute certain earthquake forecasters, they are.

    Unless that was all those tremors in the middle of the USA, I seem to have called a poor one there. It is interesting there was a spell or tornadic stuff going on in this spell in something of a cycle with the tremors.Hard to follow it though. (From over here at any rate.)Nothing in the range of 5M. or over since 5 pm yesterday. And with a broad spread (no major pairings) this should indicate tropical stuff:http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_big.php

  21. Bookmarked thanks.The US is really an amazing country for what it offers free, techwise. You have topay twice for British stuff. I hope the miscreant hasn't introduced a reason for change in this when he's is the late unlamented.Why on earth do you only shoot your Democrats? The real candidates for assassination all come from the Repugnant party.Anyway enough with the depressomatics.The loops in those links are amazing. Goint to need to get another SATA drive (and a couple of new accounts on Opera.)

  22. It's too bad we can't have several accounts under one email address. :irked: I have a second one, but haven't touched it since I can't remember the email address I used! :faint: I'm going to start cross linking posts here with static pages on WordPress.

  23. All change on the Atlantic chart.I missed the 18:00 one so haven't got a good run if anything important occurs.Typical.I usually know when there is something really interesting going on when my connection breaks down. Missing a chart is like a Mag 6 or something. HMMM…Looks like an Or Something.

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