18 July 2010. 10:11

Similar to Jun 4 22:13 …

Jul 18 10:11
Jun 4 22:13
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/phase/phases2001.html

Nothing much to say about these except that the previous one was (I think) a spell that had volcasnic action all over it. This one will be for the czscades if so.

Apart from that the weather should be similar. Only of course there is now a Low over Greenland. So the negative cycle is over for now?

The prognosis for the 18th July according to the MetO is:

Here is the same chart for 4th June:

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3 thoughts on “18 July 2010. 10:11

  1. There doesn't appear to be much similarity. Maybe that High in the North Sea in the first relates to the High in Biscay in the second?Nothing very striking at the moment though.Maybe if I searched both spells through their duration I might see something but I don't have the time or facilities.

  2. Originally posted by Associated Press:

    Tropical storm leaves 17 missing in Vietnam(AP) – 9 hours ago (That's about 6 or 7 am BST 19th July 2010.)The number of Vietnamese missing from tropical storm Conson increased to 17 on Monday following dozens of deaths in the Philippines and China.Eleven fishermen from two trawlers were reported missing, said disaster official Do Son in central Quang Ngai province. Six fishermen from another boat were initially reported missing after their vessel sank Friday while seeking shelter at the Paracel islands off Vietnam's coast.Search-and-rescue teams continued to scour the areas where the boats were last reported, but no bodies have been recovered, he said.In the northern province of Quang Ninh, authorities found a man who was earlier reported missing after his small boat sank in the picturesque tourist attraction of Ha Long Bay, said disaster official Pham Dinh Hoa.Authorities also recovered the body of a 1-year-old who died of an illness just before the storm hit. The body was swept away from the mother when the small boat she was using to ferry the body for burial capsized, he said.Authorities also found the body of a female Vietnamese tourist swept away by big waves while swimming, said disaster official Nguyen Thi Bich Lien, in northern Thanh Hoa province. The woman was not counted as a victim because she drowned before the storm came.Before making landfall in Vietnam over the weekend, Typhoon Conson left a trail of destruction in the Philippines where 68 people died and another 84 remain missing. Two people died in China.In Vietnam, more than 600 homes were damaged and 43 boats destroyed before the storm dissipated, the national floods and storms control department said Monday.Rain was forecast for some northwestern Vietnamese provinces Monday, though it was unlikely to cause major flash floods and landslides.

    VietNam has onky just had another severe storm. But not in the previoosly similar spell:Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    The seismicity flat lined until the 8 – 9th. Other things were happening. Then right at the end of the spell:7.5 M. 2010/06/12. 19:27. Nicobar Islands.Iceland's volcanoes were less active than the previous spell, again relatively quiet. The same can be said for the tropical storm situation. In the previous spell Agatha was one of the worst in the Pacific for a while.

    http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/2010/06/05/4th-june-2010-22-13

  3. Originally posted by Neic:

    7.3 2010/07/18 13:35:03 -6.019 150.497 57.6 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA 6.9 2010/07/18 13:04:11 -6.000 150.436 42.0 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

    This would have been interesting to watch too: Originally posted by NEIC:

    6.7 2010/07/18 05:56:44 52.861 -169.839 10.0 FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA

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