First quarter @ 19:41. …
Some new charts with this one but I have no idea how useful they are going to be.
19:00 is a wet spell. 19:30 even wetter.
An anticyclone has formed from a spur from out in the Atlantic. It isn't supposed to last very long.
Predictions are for stormy weather this week and I have seen two large spiders. So it is going to be windy here, if they know anything worth knowing.
The black disc on the Antarctic coast, south of Australia (130 E. @ t + 00:60) has morphed into these quakes:
5.1 M. @ 22 13:31:04 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
5.4 M. @ 22 12:30:02 OAXACA, MEXICO
4.0 M. @ 22 12:05:28 OFFSHORE OAXACA, MEXICO
4.7 M. @ 22 11:45:37 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION
4.2 M. @ 22 09:57:52 NICARAGUA
5.2 M. @ 22 09:37:01 SAKHALIN, RUSSIA
4.4 M. @ 22 08:46:33 HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
5.6 M. @ 22 06:58:26 TONGA
4.9 M. @ 22 06:16:00 GREECE
Though maybe not the Greek one. I rather fancy Tonga as the start of this series.
Monday looks like a repeat. Same time slightly further west but only by a few degrees.
Tuesday at that time (t + 72) another black spot arrives at the shores but on the side south of Africa (at 40 E.)
After that a time of storms begins.