still some unexcited model rumblings about a central atlantic system (perhaps post nicholas, perhaps not), and the odd low pressure in the western caribbean. eastpac disturbance looking somewhat on track, with all the westpac activity last week it figures that mjo ought to make a run at throwing things into gear over the next couple of weeks.. provided a few shelter areas from shear can assert themselves. i don't really expect anything else this season, but think it quite possible.
on another track altogether, around 11z tuesday morning a solar flare (or coronal mass ejection) went off.. and it's aimed at us. a stream of high energy particles are going to bombard the upper atmosphere, probably starting around noon tomorrow.. they ionize the upper atmosphere and cause anomalies in the earth's magnetic field. the results from this.. one is disruptions and failures in communications (sometimes power grids)..another is a tendency for aurora borealis to go haywire. that's what i want to see. eye to the sky tomorrow night, as here in the deep south we have a rare chance at seeing the northern lights.
it was overcast and sixties all day.. would be nice to see some stars.
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