12th June 11:15

Here we go again again. …

Let's see 11:15; that's a windy fine spell, that one is.

So when did we have a last one like it?
Ah, yes:
27th May 23:07.

So what happened then. Mass flooding wasn't it?
But where?

I don't have the faintest idea.

The last week has been a damp one here and the week before was overhot.

So that's the one then? A little more breeze than the last and depending on the lunar declinations, warm to hot.

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21 thoughts on “12th June 11:15

  1. Volcanic activity for 2 weeks ago:Originally posted by Smithsonian:

    26 May-1 June 2010New Activity/Unrest: | Arenal, Costa Rica | Bezymianny, Central Kamchatka (Russia) | Cleveland, Chuginadak Island | Kirishima, Kyushu | Pacaya, Guatemala | Pagan, Mariana Islands (Central Pacific) | Sarigan, Mariana Islands (Central Pacific) | Tungurahua, Ecuador | Ulawun, New Britain | Yasur, Vanuatu (SW Pacific) Ongoing Activity: | Alaid, Kuril Islands (Russia) | Bagana, Bougainville | Eyjafjallajökull, Southern Iceland | Fuego, Guatemala | Gaua, Banks Islands (SW Pacific) | Karymsky, Eastern Kamchatka (Russia) | Kilauea, Hawaii (USA) | Kliuchevskoi, Central Kamchatka (Russia) | Reventador, Ecuador | Santa María, Guatemala | Sarychev Peak, Matua Island | Shiveluch, Central Kamchatka (Russia)

    EYJAFJALLAJOKULL Southern Iceland 63.63°N, 19.62°W; summit elev. 1666 mThe Nordic Volcanological Center (NVC) at the Institute of Earth Sciences reported that on 26 May steam plumes from Eyjafjallajökull rose to an altitude of 2 km (6,600 ft) a.s.l. and drifted S.The crater was not seen through the web cameras due to poor visibility from remobilized, blowing ash.On 31 May and 1 June, widespread drifting of existing ash was noted in SW Iceland. Meteorological clouds prevented views of the summit craters.

    http://www.volcano.si.edu/reports/usgs/index.cfm?wvarweek=20100526

  2. All ashore that's going ashore:Originally posted by NEIC 8 to 30 list:

    2010/06/02 09:28:53 6.15S 149.41E 34 5.9 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2010/06/01 03:26:15 9.32N 84.27W 18 5.9 COSTA RICA 2010/05/31 19:51:45 11.09N 93.51E 105 6.4 ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION 2010/05/31 10:16:03 6.94N 123.98E 42 5.9 MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES ISLANDS 2010/05/29 02:29:48 33.15N 96.08E 7 5.8 SOUTHERN QINGHAI, CHINA 2010/05/28 04:25:58 14.03S 166.64E 34 5.8 VANUATU 2010/05/27 20:48:00 13.63S 166.67E 35 6.4 VANUATU 2010/05/27 17:24:23 13.89S 166.64E 35 5.7 VANUATU 2010/05/27 17:14:47 13.66S 166.57E 31 7.1 VANUATU

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/qed/The lower magnitude quakes represent gales the large on a full blown hurricane dying.One land's convergence is another land's earthquake. Said lands will be 80 degrees apart.

  3. Here's the opening article from the spell 27th May:

    It's been raining. I hope that means things have improved for all the countries threatened byfloods over the last few weeks. Here is a place that is paying the bill:[Qoted from the BBC:]Hundreds of Guatemalans have been forced to flee their homes, amid an eruption by one of the country's most active volcanoes. Pacaya began spewing lava, rocks and debris on Thursday, leaving one person dead and three children missing. At least 1,600 people have fled the eruption, some 30km (19 miles) south of the capital city. The volcano covered parts of Guatemala City in ash, forcing the closure of the country's main international airport.I have to admit the MetO is forecasting improvements in the next few days.Does that mean tropical storms? The spell started with a large quake. And that was the end of large quakes from the last spell.Of course adding in the tumult of all the small quakes that occur at a volcanic eruption just means the problem has gone elsewhere.Greenland has a Low over it. I think that's a first in a long while. It's just a flaccid Low at the moment but it is early days yet:

    http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/27th-may-2019-23-07?cid=31025472#comment31025472The low didn't last long. Not that I was paying all that much attention.It DID get interesting by the end of MAy and by the 4th of June it was gone:http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.wetterzentrale.de/topkarten/fsfaxsem.html&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dwetterzentrale%26hl%3Den%26client%3Dopera%26hs%3Da3Z%26rls%3Den&rurl=translate.google.co.uk

  4. Long time no see:Originally posted by NEIC:

    5.4 2010/06/11 16:59 26.7 142.7 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION5.5 2010/06/11 16:38 26.7 142.5 BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

    Two as one I mean.

  5. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    One land's convergence is another land's earthquake. Said lands will be 80 degrees apart.

    It aught to read divergence not convergence. It is the storm's divergence but since all those fronts are arriving ashore at the same time, it amounts to convergence for that land.(A bit circuitous, that reasoning but accurate.)The 6.1M. quake in NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN on: 2010/06/13 at 03:33 is probably 80 degrees from…. no that can't be…I wonder what will occur when the storm that drenched Arkansas goes to sea. It will have diverged too much by then to raise cain in the Aleutians. Smething hitting California would be connected to Japan. I haven't looked.But I bet a deep low has just come in.

  6. Hmmmph….6.1 M. 2010/06/13 @ 03:33 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPANWas there a series of severe stuff in the last spell?Oh yes, so there was:Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    2010/06/02 09:28:53 6.15S 149.41E 34 5.9 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 2010/06/01 03:26:15 9.32N 84.27W 18 5.9 COSTA RICA 2010/05/31 19:51:45 11.09N 93.51E 105 6.4 ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION 2010/05/31 10:16:03 6.94N 123.98E 42 5.9 MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES ISLANDS 2010/05/29 02:29:48 33.15N 96.08E 7 5.8 SOUTHERN QINGHAI, CHINA 2010/05/28 04:25:58 14.03S 166.64E 34 5.8 VANUATU 2010/05/27 20:48:00 13.63S 166.67E 35 6.4 VANUATU 2010/05/27 17:24:23 13.89S 166.64E 35 5.7 VANUATU 2010/05/27 17:14:47 13.66S 166.57E 31 7.1 VANUATU http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/qed/

    What a surprise.No airline flights for me-ee!No, seriously, these spells are cantankerous bitches.Beware.Bloody hell!I missed this one:7.5 M. 2010/06/12 19:27 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGIONMAJOR ALERTWATCH OUT WATCH OUT THERE IS A DISASTER ABOUT.

  7. Originally posted by VoA:

    A strong, 7.5 magnitude earthquake has struck near India's Nicobar Islands, initially triggering a tsunami watch for all areas of the Indian Ocean.There were no immediate reports of damage or injury, and the tsunami warning was eventually lifted.The quake, which struck early Sunday, was centered 150 kilometers west of Mohean on the Nicobar Islands at a depth of 35 kilometers.The Nicobar Islands make up a small chain that runs across the Andaman Sea near southern Thailand.Elsewhere on the globe, earthquakes took place in Japan and California Sunday, but no injuries or building damage were reported in either location.A 6.1 magnitude quake jolted northern Japan, while a 4.4 earthquake was felt in the southwestern U.S. city of San Diego.

    http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/asia/Quake-Hits-Near-India-96243999.html

  8. From WetterZentrale's archive: The following sans the square brackets was an experiment to see if a picture would post if I just swapped the home file address required with the Opera code required from a picture already in use:IMGCENTER=http://files.myopera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/245_35.gifIt didn't work. So I went ahead and got the code the proper way and it appears in a post lower down. And now I am late for work.Oh, goody. These last two follow the other large quake in this spell. (Although the quakes took place on the 16th the North Atlantic will have been warning of them the day before.)Well I did say Wednesday would be interesting did I not? I just forgot to mention that a perusal of the 15th would be revealing too.

  9. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    I missed this one:7.5 M. 2010/06/12 19:27 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGIONMAJOR ALERTWATCH OUT WATCH OUT THERE IS A DISASTER ABOUT.

    Originally posted by Google News:

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  10. Of course the proof of the pudding is the absence of air crashes in the rest of the year. I haven't looked to see the statistics. They just don't appeal to me and I am too lackadaisical.Silly, that's the word.

  11. ISTR we had one of these or two, too. Originally posted by Tofayel Ahmed (Associated Press):

    COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh — Powerful landslides triggered by heavy rains killed at least 49 people in southeastern Bangladesh on Tuesday, striking a coastal area as people slept and burying many alive inside their homes.Rescuers pulled bodies from under chunks of mud covering mostly thatched huts before rescue work was suspended because of darkness, officials said.As the rain continued to pound, officials feared the toll could rise. At least five soldiers were confirmed dead and another was missing after their camp was hit by a mudslide.The mudslides struck early Tuesday in two areas in Cox's Bazar, 185 miles (296 kilometers) south of the capital, Dhaka, in a hilly and forested region near the border with Myanmar.Kabir Ahmed, a 45-year-old villager, said he felt something shake his mud-walled and tin-roof house before a stream of mud and trees came down on top of it.

  12. 2010/06/166.2 03:58 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA5.1 03:56 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA5.1 03:38 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA5.0 03:34 OFF THE COAST OF SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA7.0 03:16 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA6.4 03:06 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIAWeatherlore Numero Uno:Big storm : Big quake.

  13. Originally posted by Usenet:

    On Jun 15, 6:17 pm, "Will Hand" <w…@lyneside.demon.co.uk> wrote:Is there a reason for you to top post?Kate | wrote >> > Here we are just on the Dordogne and it's horrible, > > cold, wet, nasty little cold breeze, and> > no respite in the offing for the rest of the week.>> > It's usually really nice this time of year> > and sometimes really, really hot.> >> > There have been flash floods and disastrous storms all over the southern half of France in this week.France, like Poland in the last one, will get more flooding this spell:"DRAGUIGNAN, France — Heavy rains triggered flash floods in the mountains above France's southern Cote d'Azur region on Tuesday, killing seven people, while at least another eight were missing, a local official said.Water levels swiftly rose by several metres, preventing many from fleeing to higher ground and forcing some to seek shelter on the roofs of their homes.Rescue services were focussing their efforts on helping hundreds of people trapped in the vehicles, houses or on the roofs of their homes, the secretary general for the Var region, Olivier de Mazieres told AFP.Helicopters had already airlifted some people to safety, he added.Three people were killed in the town of Draguignan and a woman in Luc. Her body was left to float in the water raging through the town as rescue workers deemed the currents too strong to attempt a recovery.The other victims died in Arcs, Muy and Roquebrune-sur-Argens, the secretary general for the Var region, the sub-prefect of Draguignan, Corinne Orzechowski, told AFP. Another eight people were missing, she added."http://news.google.com/news/search?pz=1&cf=all&ned=us&hl=en&q=floods+france> What's stuck and how can it be shifted?> Kate, the situation is blocked and I expect it to stay this way most of the> summer as indicated in my summer climatefest.When the plug is pulled there will be earthquakes in one place after another.Well more accurately: "reports of earthquakes in one place after another".> France and the continent can> expect a wetter than normal summer with plenty of thunderstorms.What actually happens is more like the behaviour of the Saros. It appears to have moved west of the last longitudes. Or not, as the case may be.(Astrometry is too far above me.)> Stay at home tourism? in the UK will be good this year, especially in the west like> Devon/Cornwall, Pembrokeshire, the Isle of Man and W Scotland.WTF?> > Here we are just on the Dordogne, right in the middle between the Auvergne> > and the coast, and it's horrible, cold, wet, nasty little cold breeze, and> > no respite in the offing for the rest of the week.  It's usually really> > nice this time of year and sometimes really, really hot. There have been> > flash floods and disastrous storms all over the southern half of France in> > this week.2010/06/16 6.2 M. 03:58 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA 5.1 M. 03:56 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA 5.1 M. 03:38 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA 5.0 M. 03:34 OFF THE COAST OF SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA 7.0 M. 03:16 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA 6.4 M. 03:06 NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA Weatherlore Numero Uno: Big storm : Big quake.> What's stuck and how can it be shifted?The high over Greenland dropped and recurved slightly and became registered on the North Atlantic charts as cyclonic. Whether or not it really was I can't say. I very much doubt anything the CRU has on it will be enlightening.The area is pauce in on-the-ground weather stations and any heat sensitivity in satellites watching the area is open to inconclusivity.Ditto for old records from almost everywhere else. There is no side by side IR band rain-cheques.As stated previously, to much acclaim from the faithful:When it rains, it pours in different places with different effects.That's what happened in Europe and North America."I" don't have any idea if the cap will be refitted but until the day "we" do, we just have to weather the wear and tears. When I find out, you may be sure I shall tell you about it.I wouldn't be so certainI saw a blip in the NEIC list yesterday but thought it too small to comment on. Besides I only come here when I have a lot to say. uk.sci.weather is full of climatologists and sci.geo.earthquakes is full of dimmos.One thing in all this is certain. Previous records will not show the cause and effect. The data reveals "effect" but because of the steps in between, is too far off the cause to be on the mark.

    Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Weatherlore Numero Uno:Big storm : Big quake.

    Weatherlore Number Two:Big quake : Lots of large transport vehicles crashing.I think the reason for that latter is that when the weather is disturbed the earth is disturbed. And when the earth is disturbed, rational people go off the rails.

  14. Originally posted by Aol news:

    Flooding is the most common of all weather disasters in the United States, and flash flooding — an intense flood that occurs suddenly — is the nation's leading weather-related killer. All states are susceptible, and an average of 150 Americans die in flash floods each year.While there have been many cases of flash flooding so far this spring, the three most dramatic — the Nashville flood in early May, the Arkansas flood of last week and the Oklahoma City flood on Monday — were all caused by the same overall weather factors, just in different locations on different days. In each case, a slow-moving storm system combined with abundant moisture associated with a southerly flow of air from the Gulf of Mexico to produce waves of intense thunderstorms over the same area during a relatively short period of time.The result, in each instance, was flooding so intense and so sudden that it couldn't be avoided by residents and outdoor enthusiasts in the same way that a slow-rising river can be avoided.

    I'm not sure what the definition of a slow moving storm is but if it depends on a low almost lenticular cloud stretching from one hill to the next crossing a substantial amount of plain flat land betwen, then it doesn't surprise me.What else is a formation to do?The alternative rain fall type appears as a mushroom cloud and that IS a fast moving event.

  15. Atmospheric interference.I think we had ferrets a fortnight back, too.But I misremember the following phenomena, but I think it was volcanic in nature.Wasn't that the date the BP sponsored, US worked, oil rig had a problem?

  16. This sort of thing always acompanies severe earthquakes: Originally posted by By VIVIAN SEQUERA (Associated Press):

    16 dead, dozens trapped in Colombian mine blastA coal mine explosion in northwestern Colombia believed to have been caused by a buildup of methane gas killed at least 16 miners and left dozens trapped more than 10 hours later, President Alvaro Uribe said Thursday.The explosion Wednesday night collapsed part of an access tunnel that is more than a mile (2,000 meters) long and drops to a depth of 500 feet (150 meters), said provincial disaster coordinator John Rendon.Uribe posted information about the explosion at the San Fernando mine on the presidential website.[/url] http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5gJVquLUvlhdYNUieyuRD40VqociAD9GD4BE82

  17. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Volcanic activity for 2 weeks ago:

    Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    On 31 May and 1 June, widespread drifting of existing ash was noted in SW Iceland. Meteorological clouds prevented views of the summit craters.

    Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Well I did say Wednesday would be interesting did I not? I just forgot to mention that a perusal of the 15th would be revealing too.

    Originally posted by Digital Journal:

    Kamchatka – Here we go again? [Who said that?] A volcano has erupted in the eastern region of Russia and has spewed out volcanic ash to a height of 13,000 feet (4,000 meters).Last week, seismologists warned that the Shiveluch volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula was intensifying, clouds of smoke began to blow into the air at a height of approximately 1,000 feet, according to the Voice of Russia.On Thursday, Russia’s most active volcano began to blow out ash to a height of roughly 13,000 feet and seismologists are reporting dozens of minor earthquakes in the area within the last 24 hours.However, the eruption does not pose an immediate, significant threat to the residents in the area but did warn that ash could be hazardous to the environment and health.The last time the Shiveluch volcano erupted was in December 2006 and has remained quite active since by spewing out gas and ash, sometimes upwards of 26,000 into the air.

    http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/293531 Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Atmospheric interference. I think we had ferrets a fortnight back, too.But I misremember the following phenomena [I don't remember what happened next] but I think it was volcanic in nature.Wasn't that the date the BP sponsored, US worked, oil rig had a problem? [No; that was 20th April]

    Originally posted by GMA News:

    volcano in Batangas province.The National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) said the evacuees received food assistance from the appropriate disaster management agencies."A total of 137 families or 649 persons voluntarily evacuated. Evacuees came from the municipalities of San Nicolas and Balete," NDCC said in a June 16 update posted on its website Thursday evening.It added the evacuees from San Nicolas town stayed at the San Nicolas Public Market while those from Balete stayed with relatives in Looc village.According to the NDCC, the town disaster coordinating councils provided food assistance to the evacuees.The alert level for Taal remained at "2," meaning the volcano is undergoing magmatic intrusion that can lead to an eruption.The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, which raised the alert level to "2" last June 8, reminded the public Taal's main crater remains off-limits to the public due to steam-driven explosions that may suddnely occur, or high concentrations of toxic gases mayaccumulate.

    http://www.gmanews.tv/story/193774/ndcc-649-flee-from-restive-taal-volcanoTwo more days with this spell running true.

  18. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Two more days with this spell running true.

    With cramps and a line storm of unknown dimensions as it is cut off at the Canadian border. But it covers the USA south to north: And although there were tornado reports almost every day since the 5th, the fifth was quite a day for them:

  19. Originally posted by New York Times:

    Deadly Rains Ravage Southern ChinaA week of pounding rain in southern China has left at least 88 people dead and scores of others missing as officials evacuated more than a million people living alongside swollen waterways, the state media reported on Saturday. The unrelenting storms have doused eight provinces, triggering landslides that swept away 31 people in Fujian, left the city of Guilin thigh-deep in muddy water and flooded 1.2 million acres of cropland, China Daily reported. According to the Ministry of Civil Affairs, at least 48 people are missing, including two dozen who were swept away by landslides. Officials have so far estimated the damage at $1.46 billion, with at least 156,000 homes damaged or destroyed. The rains, which began Sunday [13th June, 2010] are ravaging a region that just months ago was coping with a severe drought. The tally of those missing in landslides include 23 construction workers buried at the site of a hydroelectric dam early Tuesday in Sichuan Province and 24 people in a bus and a minivan that were sent plunging into a river Monday in Fujian Province. On Saturday, the Ministry of Civil Affairs issued a warning for 80 rivers whose levels had surpassed dangerous points. Weather forecasts suggested the crisis would only worsen in the coming days, with rain expected through the weekend. “There will be heavy rain over the next three days, and flood-control work will face enormous challenges,” the National Meteorological Center said in a statement, warning that the rainfall in the south was as much as three times greater than normal.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/20/world/asia/20china.htmlWell that should be the last of it for now, I hope. The new spell started first thing this morning. And we get the rain this time.Or not, as the case may be.

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