April 30, 2016
Early Saturday, AM
The ‘typical’ signals seemed significantly weakened early this morning. Odd because I would have thought they would have been stronger, if what the weather-gal said on the Friday morning news was accurate. Nevertheless, I will go and check from a better listening spot this evening, if I’m able. Maybe the weather report was incorrect, the conditions changed, or I misheard the report as seems to be indicated by the weather-underground link below.
More odd because, whether I blogged about it or not, the last few weekends that I was able to listen also had weakened/odd combinations of signals. Then tornadic storms subsequently appeared in the heartland a couple-few days later.
Early this morning, the signals were about a weak as I have heard in a long time. But then the singing of SB started to eek its way through to being heard – at least for a little while. Weird, what with the reported high-pressure system arriving on shore from the Pacific Ocean - or maybe that is only what I had thought the weather person reported. Again, I hope to go listen from a better spot Saturday night.
Sometimes I don’t blog on the matter because I am unsure if I am merely reinventing the wheel, so to speak. And lately I am not able to listen as much as I would like and I have no sophisticated or automated equipment to listen for me. Regardless, sometimes I also wonder if I am merely studying/observing some atmospheric manifestation of chaos theory.
Adam Trotter, PE