We are looking at some sort of a long run here:
17 August 2012. 15:55:38
24 August 2012. 13:54:39
31 August 2012. 13:59:12
8 September 2012.13:16:11
16 September 2012. 02:11:46
I ALWAYS have trouble forecasting the weather when the phase of the moon is so near the thunder point.
The reason is that the fronts induced by such an harmonic is very unstable. Maybe it makes for stable North Pacific weather?
After all these years I have never really checked.
Am I stupid or what?
There is nothing remotely similar with the firat two phases on that list.
15:55 is to 16 as
13:54 is to 14.
And they are both an hour away from 3 o'clock.
An hour astronomically is about the distance covered by any significant portion of a weather spell. For example it is about as wide as an hurricane at full throttle. Or the distance from the continental shelves of the North Atlantic from the Mid Atlantic Ridge.
That sort of thing. It's not exact but it is in the same league.
All we need to do is adjust the escapement mechanism.
Sometimes it will do that all on its own. After a spate of floods or a drought or something or maybe before a severe earthquake.
Here is what the last spell looked like this far into that one:
And here is where we are at the time of writing: