March 28, 2018, Wednesday morning.
I have been away a lot and unable to consistently listen to the signals. As such, my interpretive powers could be a bit out of practice. Also, after my last post I was reluctant to post again about the weakened and odd signals I observed last weekend. But my prior blog entry taught me something about passing storms, a question of which I have often blogged. (Someday I hope to get some permanent equipment that would be able to listen and even interpret the signals for me – constantly and automatically.)
However, today’s storms and tornado warnings in the south-central and midwestern states again reminded me to blog – which I intended to do this past Sunday morning/evening. Last weekend, I noticed what I would consider to be odd signals (Saturday and Sunday nights), with St. Gabriel nearly dominating the band. However, St. Barbara could be heard (somewhat in some places) and St. Diego was mostly much weaker than the norm – if heard at all. Which is typically not a good sign.
PS. By the way, no worries. My website will be back up again soon – with any luck, anyhow.