It looks like the Antarctic is back on song. If so it has produced some interesting revelations. …
On Apr 12, 10:38 pm, Weatherlawyer <weatherlaw…@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't know if things are going to get back to normal or if there has
> been a seasonal change there. But take a look at this run over the
> next 150 hours:
> First off, concentrate on the precipitation out of Africa and see
> where it goes, straight into the continent and stays there.
> Next time around, watch a confluence from South America join it.
> The charts finish before any conclusions can be drawn.
> It looks like it could get interesting though. It might even supply a
> crib into the way that meteorological computer programmes might be
> bent to include seismic disturbances.
A low on the southern tip of Greenland sending earthquake signals out into the Atlantic midnight 16th, turns into a deep Low over Ireland midnight on the 18th, dispersing over Britain by noon.
Dense Lows deepen off Antarctica (30 and 140 East) 06:00 UTC today deepen and by 05:00 on the 17th disperse.
That's got to be worth a couple of sixes.
Unless they have already happened:
6.2 2012/04/15 05:57:39 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
5.0 2012/04/14 23:49:25 WEST CHILE RISE
6.5 2012/04/14 22:05:26 VANUATU
5.5 2012/04/14 20:53:55 SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
5.9 2012/04/14 19:26:42 SUNDA STRAIT, INDONESIA
5.3 2012/04/14 15:21:55 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
5.6 2012/04/14 15:13:11 KURIL ISLANDS
5.1 2012/04/14 12:18:27 OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
6.2 2012/04/14 10:56:19 DRAKE PASSAGE
Maye a seven then?
I suppose it all depends on how certain the scientists are over the next few forecasts.