A wet spell -YMMV. …
This is the last analysis run of the last spell. It is now Sunday 01.48 as I write. So the old spell is dead. Long live the spell, Well, for the next few day anyway.
I promised you tornadoes but they never arrived.
It looks like we might get unlucky.
If that Low moves between the two highs shown here, I have never known it to fail, the US will get a crop of Little Red Spot.
This is a spell for rain however, However, that's a good word. However there is an High over Greenland and just as you'd expect it, the Low building up right next door has made it grow.
Now, I know what you are all thinking: "What do you mean?" and: "How can it do that?"
Well, the answer is simple.
I don't know.
6 hours later the forecast chart has completely changed:
The tropical storm in wherever is still active and is slated to gain 5 knots in the next twenty something hours. It should be a TD by now and fading. Looks like it's going postal: http://www.tropicalstormrisk.com/
I'm not a meteorologist. Ask them.
Ask them how weather that traditionally crosses the USA from west to east in a slanted northerly direction could possibly fail to cross into Greenland and not mess up this spell for me?
What I am concerned with is how the hell I am going to make any forecasts if this spell is turned into last week's one?
If it knocks the code back an hour and an half no…
…forward 1 1/2 hours (back 4 1/2 hours.) If I am right, and I am wrong.
Oof! It's late. I aught to sleep on this.
4.5 hours is worth a Cat 4 at least.