June 2nd, 2014
As I have only been back in place for a short while, I went out to interpret the signals this evening. While I had heard weakened signals earlier in the week before the storms in the Midwest, I didn’t blog of them due to laziness and I wasn’t sure the weaker signals were worth noting. Maybe I was wrong.
Anyway, I went out a short while ago and listened. Both SD and SB were battling for the airwaves. Both were quite strong. But even in their strength and in comfort-zone-type places, SB could sometimes be heard where one would only expect SB and SD could be heard where such would only rarely be expected and even out-powering SB in those spots where one would only expect to maybe hear SB. But then again SB would return the favor shortly thereafter in a typically SD comfort-zone-type locale.
It’s all a little strange, I suppose. This is especially so given that a dry low-pressure system is reportedly arriving on-shore according to a television weather person earlier today – though the pressure is holding steady this evening and seems to have risen abit throughout the day, nevertheless.