Friday, May 31, 2019

Still Odd Again and Reveleations

May 31, 2019

Again last night the signals were strange - sometimes fleetingly and sometimes not so much.  But as I thought the signals had returned to normal and also maybe weaker, they again returned to odd in that SB could be clearly heard across the middle and concurrently with SD on the law end.  This combination could often parlay into a not-good situation for possible future tornadic activity elsewhere (maybe anyhow).

However, I have also had a revelation of sorts as to what else I should be looking regarding clues to make sense of my model.  Again, I hope I am not just reinventing the wheel here with my model.  But I don't believe so, as I am looking at unique aspects of it all (I am thinking).  Of course, maybe the day may yet come when I can seriously study my tornado prediction model in greater detail. 

AVT


https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/ca/long-beach/KLGB/date/2019-3-30


 https://www.wunderground.com/history/daily/us/tx/amarillo/KAMA/date/2019-5-31

Thursday, May 23, 2019

140 Tornadoes over the last few days




May 22, 2019

This evening at approx.. 10 PM (2200 WST), KNX 1070AM radio in Los Angeles reported something about 140 tornadoes have been reported over the last few days (or so) in the nation’s Heartland.

As I have been overly preoccupied during the last few years, I have decided to sometimes change the protocol my blog entries as I am able- when I am able to listen for the saints’ singing at all.  Rather than mostly trying to be predictive of tornadic activity with my model, I can/might blog in retrospect when noteworthy.  As I typically blog for my own future reference anyhow, I don’t need to prove the veracity of my own statements to myself in retrospect either.

Nevertheless, the saints’ singing during the last week (or so) was significantly weaker than normal.  And such still seems weak when/if the signals are not just odd.  Like…, St. B being heard across the middle while Saint D. is concurrently heard on the low end (at the less-than-optimal listening spot and at low to varying degrees of strength).  Like I said: odd.  The last time such a juxta-positioning was apparent there was also some significant amount of tornadic activity in the Heartland, as I recall as well.  Then again, I am never quite sure how much my model is being affected by passing storms here in SoCal.     

AVT