November 26th, 2014 (early AM)
Among an odd weather map of potential lows overhead (maybe south and east) with highs surrounding everywhere else in the entire southwest and offshore, SD could be heard loud and clear and even dominating in many a spot. However, SB was holding its own while most of the Angels were heard less clearly in the expected areas – but maybe not all less clearly though. Pressure unusually high over last day or so compared to the norm but unsure if signals reflected the elevated pressure until this evening, maybe. So the otherwise currently strong signals from both SB and SD could still be due to a directional influence as well. It all made for an interesting and unique combination of signals for one of my first opportunities since my return from the east.