6 Apr 2010. 09:37

The next spell. …

Another changeable one. Another one difficult to predict.

And it doesn't help I don't have all my bookmarks.

This is a thunder spell. Thundery weather is by description unsettled. The sky is unbalanced with huge clouds forming in warm humid conditions.

But it is 37 minutes past the hour. Which makes it doubly unstable. Add to that the fact the North Atlantic is in a negative cycle as it has been for ages, then you see how my hands are tied.

All I can suggest s keep on the watch.


14 thoughts on “6 Apr 2010. 09:37

  1. Before: And after: As you can see the North Atlantic is no longer in its flaccid state. The so called negative oscillation is over and serious hurricane weather can begin.Storms will be storms in this aspect of the ocean. And Lunar phases will be what they are supposed to be.(unless there are more earthquakes due of course.)

  2. The Met charts shows it all falling apart once more in the next 24 to 36 hours. FNMOC (https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/wxmap_cgi/cgi-bin/wxmap_loop.cgi?&area=ngp_atlantic&dtg=) shows it going to Iceland and dissipating in about the same time.But if it goes to Iceland it will replace the highs currently inhabiting Greenland won't it?Yet this is another one of those flaccid North Atlantic spells. No it isn't!09:37 is quite a positive spell. We should have lots of these deep lows.

  3. Look at the High off Cape Hatteras. It's almost 1016. It increases by 5 millibars.And the Low that is so low at the moment?It moves between two Highs and goes up to 979 mb. When it reaches…no hang on it's going the wrong way….This should be interesting…When it drops to 975 from 980 it is a tornadic cell. When it goes from 967 to 979mb THAT IS interesting. Goes up 12 millibars.Why don't I know what happens next?It just dissipates. That what it has always done. What it will always do…Yes?It's nice to have my proper computer back online.Where can I get some SCSI drives from (cheap.)

  4. FNMOC shows the Pacific has a 1040 pressure system near North America. This fades rapidly and the following Low lights up like Chrimbo:Today: Friday night: Saturday, first thing: https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/efs/no_atl_gale_all.htmlI have no idea what is up. Let's have a look at the North Atlantic for the same period: The rest is interesting too. But since I have no idea how a very flaccid set up works with them:https://www.fnmoc.navy.mil/efs/no_atl_gale_all.html

  5. Here we go again with the multiple quakes: One Low near Iceland. One 10 degrees south of there and one 10 degrees west of that one.Interesting.The run of quakes was low enough to suggest a tropical storm. A multiple run of close proximity quakes suggests a cessation of a tropical storm.But there ain't no storm! Just a bunch of flaccid regions of …..

  6. Famous last words:Originally posted by President of Poland:

    Hej kochanie, nie ma człowieka, który myśli o sci.geo.earthquakes wraków statków i trzęsienia ziemi, katastrofy kopalni węgla są ze sobą związane z ….

    Originally posted by The Independent:

    Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife died Saturday along with 130 others when their plane crashed while coming in for a landing in western Russia, officials said.Russian and Polish officials offered conflicting death tolls but agreed there were no survivors on the Soviet-era Tupolev, which was taking the president, his wife and staff to events marking the 70th anniversary of the massacre of thousands of Polish officers by Soviet secret police. The Army chief of staff, Gen. Franciszek Gagor, National Bank President Slawomir Skrzypek and Deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Kremer were also on board, the Polish foreign ministry said.


  7. Just found the gc.ca site once more and looking at the northern Hemisphere chart done seed the deep Low pressing against a ridge of high pressure separating the deep low from its cousin in Arctica.So a 958 amid all that flaccid stuff. It won't last long and it will go bong. It's got to be an high 6 M.I haven't watched this site for a long while so the only suggestion apart from the obvious Alaskan epicentre is something on an 80 degree arc from where it broaches.From the remotest parts of the earth and the sky:I will turn you around and drag you along. I will bring you from the far north…

  8. 6.8 2010/04/11 09:40:31 -10.913 161.130 60.2 SOLOMON ISLANDSOk.Now how did I know that that was going to happen?Well, I didn't.In the negative cycle of an ocean's oscillation, the Lows don't get that low and when they do they don't last long and when they go they leave one of these quakes in their wake.So, how far from the Low point was the epicentre?

  9. What happened to all my piccies?OK. Just a glitche.Who's going to tell you when it's too late?Who's going to tell you things, aren't so great?We can't go on, thinking nothings wrong.Who's going to give you an home, tonight?Who's going to pick things up when they fall?Who's going to help you up, when you call?Who's going to pay attention?In your dreams!Or will they just plug their ears when you scream?We can't go on, thinking nothings wrong, oh, no.Who's going to come around, when you shake?Who's going to be there, when you break?You can't go on, thinking nothings wrong, no, no.

  10. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    From the remotest parts of the earth and the sky:I will turn you around and drag you along. I will bring you

    The low is still there, now at 966 millibars. Also, while the other lows are failry flaccid, the highs are quite well developed. All the way around through Russia too.A few years back I read of an hypothesis about a weather bridge between the Pacific and the Atlantic. That that is the real oscillation stood out, though the authors never appreciated the lunar involvement.Nor God's.It's a far flung thing but he actually said that he wouldn't do a thing if he hadn't first warned his servants about it.So who really are his servants?

  11. 6.9 2010/04/13 23:49:38 33.271 96.629 10.0 SOUTHERN QINGHAI, CHINAOut with a bang.And no I never saw this one coming. I was looking though, as a spell change is usually a time for them.

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