Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Signals Seem to be Returning to Normal.

March 21st, 2012 (Just past 12 AM Wedneday, 00 hours PST day light savings time)

The somewhat weaker than usual signals of the last couple of days seem to be returning to what is the norm – at least for this evening. Worth noting, what is the norm seems to be much stronger than what was the norm a couple of years ago or so. I don’t know exactly what has changed in the overall scheme of things/signals measured.

Reported barometer readings:
Currently 30.1 inHg
For Mar. 20th bouncing from 30.5 to 31.5 and back to 30.5 inHg
For Mar 19 rolling from 29.5 to 30.5


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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Weak Signals of Late, Mar. 8th, 2012

March 8th, 2012

Over the last two days - or so, and a few days after the massive amounts of tornadoes in the haeartland, the measured signals have been weaker than they have typically been in recent times. The signals seem to be more in keeping with how they were a couple/few years back. Not sure if the latest solar flare activity or passing cold front of yesterday has had any impact on the measurements. I'll try to go take a snapshot this evening.


Thursday, March 1, 2012

Deadly Leap Year Day Tornadoes, Feb. 29th, 2012

March 1st, 2012

This blog is for my records concerning yesterday's Leap Year Day tornadoes. My measured signals had been noticeably weakened the evening/day before these storms. However, I didn't think much of the weakened signals as the signals had otherwise been so strong of late. So, the weakened signals of the day before these storms, as I perceived them, were possibly just a return to the normal strength signals. Maybe I was wrong in my assumption?

PS. For storm locations see: