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Early morning rain, but is that it?
It may be dry for a while now that a ridge aloft if forecast to build over us and move across the plains states this weekend. We are now forecasting 100 degree heat as you can see on our 7 day forecast. There is still some hope that we will have a few thunderstorms early Tuesday morning, but then we don't see another chance of rain for about a week.
Hurricane Emily is looking stronger this evening. It could bring south Texas a lot of rain, and they need it. But, it will have no affect on us. The remnants of Emily could move all the way west to California. It will be interesting to watch.
Everything else is going well. I still feel that this weather pattern is still cycling through a weak version of what happened this winter. It continues to weaken, but it has not fallen apart. More on this theory of mine later this week.
Posted by at July 18, 2005 8:17 PM
Not sure what you mean about that? Can you expound a bit?
What exactly do you mean? We would love to answer your question... but it is a little vague... just re-phrase it and let us know!
Posted by: Hans Richardson at July 19, 2005 7:29 AM
You say our weather pattern cycling through a weak version of what happened this winter. It continues to weaken, but not fall apart. I want to hear about that theory of yours. Very intriguing!!
I am presenting my weather pattern theory August 4th in Washington D.C. I will do a Blog entry on this next week before I leave, but I will leave a short version here.
The weather pattern theory:
The weather pattern sets up every year from October 15th to November 5th. It becomes established, is unique, and then begins cycling until it falls apart in late summer. So, a new pattern will be setting up again this fall.
Right now we are in a very weak version of the winter pattern. It is literally the same pattern. This year we are on about a 75 day cycle.
It should fall apart soon.
Posted by: Hans Richardson at July 21, 2005 8:24 AM