Let's see if we can do better than last time. …
On the 18th November 2011 we begin a new weather spell with the time of the phase at 15:09 Greenwich Mean Time. It ends on the 25th. http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/phase/phases2001.html
The Lunar apse is: Perigee on 23rd November at 23:25 (for whatever the timing is worth.)
Of the following quakes, none of largest fall on the same day as perigee or apse. I don't know if there is anything in the timing. (The timing of the phase is crucial for the spell as an whole.) I have always felt that the next in importance to the time of the phase is the angle the moon makes to the earth's equator. The key, as far as weather in Britain is when it makes and angle of 60 degrees.
(It is important for astronomers to note I am using a navigation table not an astronomical one.)
North Wales and the English city in which I live now are some 52 to 53 degrees North. So when the moon approaches the equator, it hits 60 degrees at 8 or 7 degrees south.
According the Richard Nolle the declination of the moon is:
20th November at 04:46 on the equator. On the 26th November at 06:39 it is at it's maximum South: 22:33 degrees.
The moon seems to hang at its maximum declinations, north or south. But scoots across the equator at some 5 to 7 degrees a day. So it is a pretty poor guess when it will be at 8 or7 south. But now would be favourite or tomorrow on the 18th November 2011.
And even then, I don't know that anything will happen.