1st October 2014 first quarter @ 19:33

This should be a wet and windy spell. Warm too but I don’t think it is. The time of the phase is similar to the time of the full moon on the 9th of September. There are other similarities too.

I don’t intend to compare them (but I might) here are the Australian charts from the 2nd October 2014:

2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.006

A dark green line of precipitate reaches into Antarctica from the mid-Pacific. The dark mass forming on the coast means extra-tropical storms (aka mid-latitude cyclones.)2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.012 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.018 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.024 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.030A dark mass, to the left of it, forms in the South Atlantic.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.036 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.042Once past the Greenwich Meridian it begins to form a dark disc.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.048 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.054Whatever the tropical storm situation had been up to then, the cyclones are back there for certainty by early Saturday.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.060The dark mass under Africa begins to touch the coast of Antarctica.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.066 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.072 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.078 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.084But it is still there on Sunday2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.090 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.096Whilst it does fade, it is still extant on Monday and carries on around the continent. This indicates that whatever large quakes were in it earlier, they are transformed to volcanic stuff from then on.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.102 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.108 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.114 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.120 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.126 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.132This is a classic volcano signal. The dark mass is still offshore on Wednesday.2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.138 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.144 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.150 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.156 2 October 2014.IDY20001.mslp-precip.162The isobars around the continent are almost entirely parallel to the coast in a complete circle for the entire period after the compressed system joined the other cyclone at 160 East, on Tuesday.

All in all, the situation is very similar to the set up for the spell from the 9th of September.

 

 

 

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