21st to 29th April 2012 @ 07:18

I have no idea. …

This is a wet spell for Britain, not at all like last week which was another one of those anticyclonic ones:
13th April @ 10:50
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/phase/phase2001gmt.html

However on the:
http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/surface_pressure.html
run.

We still have to deal with the residue of last weeks events which look to be seismic in nature until midnight tonight (00:00 Monday 22nd) when a blocking high develops off North America.

And that will be interesting as it may develop into a serious outbreak of tornadoes.

Things look very unstable on the Antarctic charts too. What is known in the trade as a steep learning curve.

So it's one for the books then.

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13 thoughts on “21st to 29th April 2012 @ 07:18

  1. Well you do provide all our weather. So you can't blame me can you?The tornado season starts in April doesn't it?I don't know as much as I thought I did about that.I got banned from here a couple of years back:http://www.skywarnonline.com/I suppose I will have to start lurking there again……unless you want a job?

  2. Originally posted by Unasia:

    But a cam would be awesome here looking at what's incoming

    I wonder if the weather that people experience turns them into natural born weather vanes as they grow old and ill?I certainly seem to be on my best form (but most irascible) when I have gout or stiff legs.As I have now.It's been almost permanent this year. Very few days of grace with it.You MUST get a weather cam. Go on uk.sci.weather and find out about them and weather stations. << They are 90% automatic these days.I've got a globe that I use to folow earthquakes and stuff sometimes. To protect it I put plastic tape over bits where I want to stick a compass needle in it.And I left some on for a long time.It pulled all the surface off one place when I took it off just now.FUUUUUU

  3. well. seems to be an increase in trouble for us as the jet stream goes, then the lake does funny things also, since most winds are from the west. I have been going and using http://www.wunderground.com/lots of tools. Have thought of setting up live feed from out back and station with all the contraptions I have, yet do not not have together for a try at wind power /battery storage to power it.But a cam would be awesome here looking at whats incoming.I think intensities have changed and there seems to cyclonic action that never…well is not what I Can remember from the past…unless you want a job?I can get into trouble well enough on my own, thank you.

  4. well. seems to be an increase in trouble for us as the jet stream goes, then the lake does funny things also, since most winds are from the west. I have been going and using http://www.wunderground.com/lots of tools. Have thought of setting up live feed from out back and station with all the contraptions I have, yet do not not have together for a try at windpower /battery storage to power it.But a cam would be awesome here looking at whats incomming.I think intensities have changed and there seems to cyclonic action that never…well is not what I Can remember from the past

  5. You on roids for the gout..they put me on it for me ears, I hated it, wont take em anymore. I use wind chimes, its tell a bunch about direction and speed by having them planted all around.Said you got it cause your rich…filthy richer. HA

  6. And here's one for US politics:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Law_of_Civilization_and_DecayThose who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. The fact is that civilisation tends to a rat's nest unless it is metered by religion.But the trouble with religion is that it tends to a rat's nest unless it is metered by god.Basically, men are not liars. Or rather, all men ARE liars but we are worse than that, we are stupid liars and greedy.[br]Originally posted by Wikipedia:

    Peter Chardon Brooks Adams (1848 1927) historian and a critic of capitalism.He believed that commercial civilisations rise and fall in predictable cycles.First, masses of people draw together in large population centres and engage in commercial activities. As their desire for wealth grows, they discard spiritual and creative values.Their greed leads to distrust and dishonesty and eventually the society crumbles.That as new population centres emerge, centres of world trade shifted from Constantinople to Venice to Amsterdam to London. He predicted New York would become the world trade centre.

  7. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    This is a wet spell for Britain, not at all like last week which was another one of those anticyclonic ones:13th April @ 10:50

    Last week's spell was wet and cold and in every way the same as this one so far.With one exception, it wasn't supposed to be.When the lunar code is out and the weather men are wrong or uncertain we get earthquakes.When the lunar code is wrong and the weather men are certain we get tornadoes and tropical storms.When the lunar code suits the weather and the weather men are correct…things just naturally follow the moon. And 07:18 is a wet spell.So we shouldn't be getting too many earthquakes.Should we?

  8. From sci.geo.earthquakes:On Apr 22, 12:17 pm, Weatherlawyer <Weatherlaw…@hotmail.com> wrote:> This is a wet spell for Britain, not at all like last week which was> another one of those anticyclonic ones:> 13th April @ 10:50> > >http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/phase/phase2001gmt.html> > However on the:>http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/surface_pressure.html> > run.> > We still have to deal with the residue of last weeks events which look> to be seismic in nature until midnight tonight (00:00 Monday 22nd)> when a blocking high develops off North America.> > And that will be interesting as it may develop into a serious outbreak> of tornadoes.> > Things look very unstable on the Antarctic charts too:> > >http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/charts/viewer/index.shtml?type=mslp-p…> > What is known in the trade as a steep learning curve.> > So it's one for the books then.The North Atlantic chart looks like it did last week with the exception of a boat anchor swimming across and anchoring itself right onj us with the same sort of Low that landed here last week.So that's some increase in El Hierro as well as rain for us.Plenty of small mice running aound it too.OK. Now for the problem page:> http://www.bom.gov.au/australia/charts/viewer/index.shtml?type=mslp-precip&tz=UTC&area=SH&model=G&chartSubmit=Refresh+ViewI think this is tornadic stuff for the same period, getting set up in the same time frame as the Atlantic changes too, I think it will ease up by Thursday but it seems bent on going around again.I just don't know enough about the Antarctic charts to be certain.But I'm getting there.So is everything entering the proximity of the Antarctic coastline. It all seems to gather in the same place:150 to 80 degrees West. /unquote***I normally cross post to uk.sci.weather but since I am widely ignored in both and have no reason to upset so many people, have let them off the hook for this one -so far.It will be intereesting to be proved corrct about this link with North America but I am not at all surprised.Each and every single air pocket belongs on the place it goes to because of the arrangement of the planet's harmonic. You should be able to tell from any weather chart what other weather charts look like.Weather is not chaotic in the slightest. Nor is seismicity. Every wave has its allotted place by god's arrangement, that nothing is too much for us to know about the earth in advance.This only depends on one thing, we have a wide enough picture of the weather at any particular time. A minimum weather pattern is roughly 15 degrees by 15 or 20 degrees in any direction.That is a very specific 15 x 20 too. I am talking about Iceland to Spain and the Mid Atlantic Ridge to France.This is a vast area and requires that people from many countries have governments that work together in peace. Which explains why it has taken so long for us to work together on this.Bear that in mind next time you hear of some half baked half-truth speaking politician getting accolades. The history of natural disasters is the history of warfare.Acts of men, not acts of god!

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