24 hour forecast intervals

Showing the same chart produced on consecutive days. …

4th
 5.9   M. @ 11:18:15    -7.671    106.418   JAVA, INDONESIA
 6.4   M. @ 03:15:25    5.507    -82.457   SOUTH OF PANAMA
 6.2   M. @ 00:45:16    5.287    -82.580   SOUTH OF PANAMA
 5.0   M. @ 00:15:43   -21.715    169.113   SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS

3rd
 5.3   M. @ 21:00:58   -60.496    -25.686   SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
 5.0   M. @ 11:39:24   -21.407    -68.073   POTOSI, BOLIVIA

2nd
 6.0   M. @ 07:52:53   -22.109    -63.625   SALTA, ARGENTINA

1st
 5.4   M. @ 12:32:23    39.786    75.239   SOUTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
 5.2   M. @ 08:48:10    35.993    139.833   NEAR THE SOUTH COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
 5.7   M. @ 06:56:20    -0.746    133.264   NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA
 5.6   M. @ 05:07:02   -77.026   -148.853   ANTARCTICA

31st
 5.5   M. @ 23:01:01    -0.904    133.170   NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA

30th
 5.3   M. @ 21:22:31    54.607    161.520   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA
 5.4   M. @ 21:20:57    43.395    78.774   EASTERN KAZAKHSTAN
 5.1   M. @ 06:57:06    -6.185    130.266   BANDA SEA

29th
 5.1   M. @ 11:00:26    44.916    10.934   NORTHERN ITALY
 5.4   M. @ 10:55:58    44.859    10.991   NORTHERN ITALY
 5.8   M. @ 07:00:04    44.814    11.079   NORTHERN ITALY
 5.9   M. @ 03:33:26   -22.010   -179.489   SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS
 5.6   M. @ 02:40:55    54.381    168.916   KOMANDORSKIYE OSTROVA, RUSSIA REGION
 5.2   M. @ 01:56:06    39.159    144.654   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

28th M.
 5.8   M. @ 21:47:12   -19.861   -175.894   TONGA
 5.3   M. @ 16:36:47    35.725    140.082   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
 5.0   M. @ 15:39:46   -25.267   -179.884   SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS

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23 thoughts on “24 hour forecast intervals

  1. I forgot to fill in the title and etc.The one you might like to tabulate and put on Lunarist is:http://my.opera.com/Weatherlawyer/blog/2012/05/30/how-to-forecast-typhoons-from-the-north-atlantic-hurricaneBut watch out for duplicates such as:South Pacific 6 Tropical Storm ZAKA 06-07 FEB 45 -0South Pacific 6 Tropical Storm ZAKA 06-07 FEB 45 -0They are easy enough to find. Just look for idiocies. (I was getting pretty angry with Opera. Unjustly as it turns out.)

  2. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    Work! Ha.Who needs it.

    Me. I want to remain free you know… until you introduce me some naughty rich widower (shrug)

  3. Originally posted by tdjmd1:

    until you introduce me some naughty rich widower

    How about a dirty old man with halitosis?

  4. Ah… I have checked it out. I did know that yet M. Tranquil. I will do it but later.I have to go to work soon.

  5. I'm gonna download those pictures above for practising with Impress, you know, use File -> Export… and select SWF as the file format.Who knows but I'm quite curious about that feature.

  6. Originally posted by tdjmd1:

    I'm gonna download those pictures above for practising with Impress, you know, use File -> Export… and select SWF as the file format.Who knows but I'm quite curious about that feature.

    I never thought but an animation is the best way to show the way it changes.

  7. You should join a natural history or geological society and make presentations about this stuff.Then we will see how polite and nice tempered you really are :insane:

  8. Originally posted by tdjmd1:

    I have to go to work soon.

    Work! Ha.Fodder for the masses.Who needs it.

  9. A gif file is good to see but not quite good for study, comparative study I mean. A swf is better of course and that from ispring prog, absolutely better.Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    How about a dirty old man with halitosis?

    Lol! Let me think… having money. Lol! I'll give him lots and lots of cucumber, carrot & lemon juice.But let me think about… if terribly rich, of course! (big smile)

  10. Originally posted by from a Persian poet:

    One who knows and knows that he knows… His horse of wisdom will reach the skies.One who knows, but doesn't know that he knows… He is fast asleep, so you should wake him up!One who doesn't know, but knows that he doesn't know… His limping mule will eventually get him home.One who doesn't know and doesn't know that he doesn't know… He will be eternally lost in his hopeless oblivion!

    Benjamin ابن یمین فریومدیOne who knows and knows that he knows… This man is called WeatherlawyerOne who doesn't know, but knows that he doesn't know… This man is a meteorologist.One who doesn't know and doesn't know that he doesn't know… These will eventually become disciples of Weatherlawyer. Or not, as the case may be.One who knows, but doesn't know that he knows… He is a fat lot of use to man or beast. Shoot the bugger.

  11. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

     6.4   M. @ 03:15:25    5.507    -82.457   SOUTH OF PANAMA 6.2   M. @ 00:45:16    5.287    -82.580   SOUTH OF PANAMA 

    So why didn't I use the charts for the 4 June, since that was when the spell would most likely give up the dead?I forgot.I just looked for the longest range forecast in the spell and that was for Sunday evening. I suppose I could always do another one.But the large quakes always seem to occur with plenty of warning. So having the pre-news a day early is good, no?

  12. There are a lot of angry looking cross patterns over the continent dividing it into quadrants that are indicative of a number of large storms.In this case evolving in the North Atlantic and China Sea. (In keeping with the longitudes covered.)

  13. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    (Not too clearly visible when they are all present at the same time as is the above case.)

    I just found another pattern.

  14. The problem with all the foregoing is that I have just stated that these events are related. I haven't proved it.The answer to that is similar patterns produce similar results and I just don't have a place where these charts are archived for retrieval and further proof.But I can identify patterns that will produce a quake discernibly different to patterns that produce tornadoes and those that produce storms. (Not too clearly visible when they are all present at the same time as is the above case.)OTOH this is earth science.If someone asks me where my scientific control is, I would just say:"You show me where the scientific control is with any theory about geology and I will answer you."The proof of this stuff is in tomorrow's charts and lists.

  15. Too much nice to see that improvement of yours –not being that Mr Nasty at lest by "today"… Very nice

  16. You are right.A demi god should take more care with cripples.Just so long as they realise they are cripples.And I am a rain god.Consider:Met Office view of 0000 UTC surface analysis:Occluded fronts positioned over southern and western parts of the UK are areas of cloud and rain, moving slowly north-eastwards. A ridge of high pressure lies over Germany, bringing mostly dry and settled conditions here with light winds. Various troughs mark areas of organised showers or thunderstorms. Updated: 0730 UTC on Tue 5 Jun 2012I was always upset with the sad. Too bad it wasn't in a nice way.

  17. Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:

    How do I tell them about the major resurgence in the Pacific?No..Wait…Or is it tornadoes?

    Tropocal Storm Twenty in the S. Indian Ocean. (I did say it was a complex set up.)The season in the southern Indian Ocean starts in June or July IIRC, so it must be coming to an end. Only it never ends there not like the North Atlantic which has a quite sharply defined start and end.Thing get hectic from now until it runs off the map.Looking at yesterday's BON Antarctica at T +72 it quite clearly shows a definition at 160 East that, if you follow it carefully runs across the continent to 20 East (Australia to Africa.)I was looking at the way the line bent not following the isobars.Well, we live and learn.Some of us live. And some of us live and ledarn.Quite a lot of people get killed in the process.

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