MetO&Cg forecast 1 February 2014
A large deep low began the day. It had a pair of cold fronts attached so there was a pair of adjacent epicentre quakes to match followed by the demise of a storm. Tropical storms always deflate with that signal.
Noon that day was a change in the weather so the seismic events were done. The low had a multiple centre and the system was now a complex low reaching from the Davis Straighrt to Norway.
Midnight 2nd more adjacent quakes with similar parallel fronts over the west of the ocean and occluded fronts indicating more deepening of the eastern side.
Noon and it gets complex again.
Midnight 3rd from now to the end the centre of the low splits up and rotates anticlockwise.
It will be seen that some interesting volcanic activity occurred with this.