Monday, April 30, 2018

Weak Everywhere

April 30, 2018
The signals were particularly weak last night. But during brief periods and maybe for only a moment or two each, any of the three could be heard. Reportedly, a storm is approaching from the ocean.  

Monday, April 9, 2018

More Odd Combinations

Late Friday eve I again heard even more odd (odder) combinations.  St. Gabriel clearly heard on the low end with Saint Diego heard over the middle - or something like that.  No, the angels from up in town strangely weren't heard at all.  Storms then appeared today in the heartland.  Maybe in a few months, when I finish my latest task, I will work on getting some permanent listening equipment.   

AVT   (Sunday, April 9th, 2018.)


Severe Storms Possible Across Wide Area this Week

Apr 8, 2018, 5:59 am EDT

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Odd Combinations

Over the weekend, Sunday to be specific, I recall clearly hearing both St. Barbara and St. Diego at the same time.  A situation that I dont really recall hearing in the past - at least not very often.  Otherwise, as a whole, the signals were weaker than usual.  

AVT (Tuesday, April 3, 2018)

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Learning from Mistakes?

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. 

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Monday, March 12, 2018

Questionable Signals

March 12, 2017

From what I have been able to hear/listen during the last few days, the signals have been weaker than normal - or at least weaker than expected.  Typically, this would not be a good sign regarding the weather on its way to the Heartland.  However, a storm recently passed this way.  And any questionable signals heard now could still be a result thereof.  Also, another storm system is reportedly approaching - which could also be affecting the signals. 


Saturday, March 10, 2018

Still Here!!

I'm still here.  Just not able to listen to the signals very much of late.  Give me a few months and I'll likely be back at it.  Just wanted to say that yea, I'm still here - regardless of whether Google+ or google searches seem to suggest otherwise and regardless of whether someone is using my trademark ( :) ) for other purposes.  I'll have my website back up soon too.
March 10, 2018