Thursday, April 25, 2013

Friday, April 19, 2013

Signals Fluctuating Again

April 19th, 2013

The measured signals seem to be fluctuating again of late.  Yesterday, SD was as strong as it ever has been, or so it appeared.  But today, SD is back to weak as it was off-and-on over the last couple of days, or so.  SB seems to be somewhat barely bouncing through, however.  I hope to go listen for the signals at a more reliable/predictable location tonight to ascertain what is up, if anything.

But it could just be something in the atmosphere.     :)


Sunday, April 14, 2013

Tornado FAQs. Thanks again, Chelsea from Laramie!

The Online Tornado FAQ

Chelsea didnt send me this link.  But her inquiry caused me to decide to post it.   :)


From Chelsea, a High School Student Volunteering at the Laramie Public Library

April 14th, 2013

A few days ago, I received an email from an individual at the Laramie Public Library (  The email stated that Chelsea, a high school student assistant/volunteer at the library, was hoping I would post on my website the following tornado preparedness information that she had located as part of the library's tornado preparedness effort.  The tornado preparedness effort is being undertaken by the library for the well-being of its community.

The link Chelsea forwarded to me::

Tornado Protection and Survival Guide

What Is A Tornado?

Until I am able to again update my website (, I decided to post Chelsea's link here.  I trust she will be content with such until I am again able to update my website in a few weeks or so.

Nice job, Chelsea!  Thanks for your compassion and concern for others who might find themselves confronted by the unpredictable and potentially lethal force of a tornado. I'm sure your community is greatly enriched to have one as thoughtful as you as a member!  Your concern for the well-being of others is very admirable! 

Thanks again, Chelsea!

Adam Trotter

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Maybe Not

April 12th, 2013

Well, SB is still singing abnormally strong but SD is cutting in and somewhat normal, or so it seems.  Weather appears to have been relatively stable of late too, maybe.  So maybe I’m just back to square one to my original premise.  Maybe it’s only when both are quiet when there is cause for concern.