Saturday, November 28, 2020

Weaker than Normal




Tonight’s signals were much weaker than what is normal of late.  Only slight bits of the singing could be heard while the sources were scrambled.  The pressure did not seem as low as would be expected for such levels.  Time may tell if this blog entry is noteworthy. 













Monday, June 8, 2020

Signals are still all-over the place

June 7, 2020

The signals are still all over the place, during this last couple of weeks or so.  Different in ways I have never heard before.  And, there has been a significant amount of tornadic activity during this same period of time.  I dunno. 

However, I have never had any real monitoring equipment.  Therefore, I have no idea of the possible geographic limits of my hypothesized model - as some of these storms may be far north and south from the region that I try to monitor.

Maybe I'll get the chance to officially further this ad hoc research of mine in the not too distant future.  Maybe there is a forward thinking university out there who would be willing to investigate some out-of-the-box ideas on the subject of tornado formation / tornado genesis.  Time may tell.  


Three confirmed tornadoes touched down in eastern Iowa 

Tornadoes confirmed back-to-back days: Car dealership damaged Tuesday in Waukee; Johnston tornado Monday ruled EF-1 


Tornado touches down near Orlando




Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Signals Have Been Weak, Now They’re Just Weird

March 3, 2020

Signals have been weak across the span, over the last several days.  My condolences to the families and the afflicted.  

However, this evening the combinations are just weird – similar to which I have blogged before.   (See: “Rockin’ Combinations,” (et. seq.), located at: I am unsure at this point in time whether this weird combination is typically cause for further concern – as it has been in the past. 


Death toll from Tennessee tornadoes climbs to at least 24