More lunarcy …
Jan 26 12:57 This one has hasd to be dragged off, kicking and screaming all the way. Even now with the pahse in its last stages the Low that eventually developed is not able to expand into the position held and now vacated by the blocking High.
There is a little compression but I doubt it wuill furnish much more than more 5M. earthquakes.
Here is the next spell:
3 Feb. 02:31.
That time interval between wet weather (1 o'clock) and fine (5 o'clock) is a broad swathe of difficult times and hard to deal with.
2:30, am or pm generally indicates windy weather in the form of tornadoes in the USa and occasionally in the UK too though it might as easily form thundery stuff. Certauinly there aught to be marked striations of clouds. (Derecho types but also when there are severe tropical storms "mare's tails".)
The Met Office has a High placed over Greenland so there is more to the spell than the above. Interest will be in Queensland, Australia for the duration I think.
11 Feb 07:18 more wet weather
18 Feb 08:36 This one is in the warmer spectrum of that swathe mentioned above.
24 Feb 23:26 anticyclonic. But this is an unsettled one too.
But if it was easy they'd all be doing it.
My time's up.