Re: Danger Imminent

From: Weatherlawyer (weathe...)

On Wednesday, 23 February 2022 at 18:33:04 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
> On Sunday, 20 February 2022 at 07:48:16 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
> > On Sunday, 20 February 2022 at 07:44:34 UTC, Weatherlawyer wrote:
> > > Sorry about that I was in column 11 of
> > > When I woke up. Having got used to the USGS, not realising the swiss pedantry is blind to irrelevance I was shocked to realis thatnothing had occurred since ......good grief.
> > >
> > > Well It's nice to realise I was wrong when it means I am a nice guy after all. However may I draw you attention to this ongoing eruption sequence:
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> > > to
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> > > I am sure you may find it interesting as it shows the evolution of a rather large eruption that occurs on wedneday afternoon 23rd February 2022 with a susequen warning in big red letters that it is ove on the 24th.
> > >
> > > Don't pretend that you have no idea what I am talking about. I don't want you to spoil the thread with lies.
> > A double apology, I thought I was posting to I really should go and see a doctor but I am not quiet that mad yet.
> eruption whatever it is is in progress right now:
> Volcanoes Today, 23 Feb 2022: Fuego volcano, Semeru, Ibu, Sangay, Telica, Nevado del Ruiz, Sabancaya
> Wed, 23 Feb 2022, 17:00
> Whatever winds are controlling this spate of eruptions relies on the wind direction and individual frequecies of each volcano. This varies as the tide as the lava/water content the fequencies of the frustrum and the positions of the moon, combined with the alignments of planets.the teo eyes that appear in the North Atlantic these days may be due to seismicity field or unnatural interference. In which case why don't the face components follow the tides?
> When they disappear is when the eruption occurs but it is already happening too, the answer to that puzzle has to be an additional impulse. Someone a lot cleverer than I has to finish this stuff.
On 20 December 2021, an eruption began on Hunga Tonga–Hunga Haʻapai, an uninhabited volcanic island and submarine volcano of the Tongan archipelago in the southern Pacific Ocean. The eruption reached a very large and powerful climax nearly 4 weeks later, on 15 January 2022. Hunga Tonga is 65 km (40 mi) north of Tongatapu, the country's main island,[2] and is part of the highly active Tonga–Kermadec Islands volcanic arc, a subduction zone extending from New Zealand north-northeast to Fiji.

Interesting evolution of this stuff thank you Mr Burton
Is that what is known as a semi-permanent High and do you suppose that Ottowa or china had no idea what it would lead to?

On the 11th December a deep low 947 (The La Palma eruption.) left an Anticyclone hanging over the top of Greenland for week or so. On 20 December 2021, the Tonga eruption began to develop On 15 January 2022 it blew explosively.

From the 14th weather front showed activity about Greenlan, the inference beingthis is connected to Tonga. On the 19th theAnticyclone appears north east of Greenland. It is on the wrongside of the chart!

On the 14th the usual chart faile to load so Mr Burton substituted another, a Swiss one if I recall:

Strangely this behaviour occurred som the months earli eiyj nrar directly identical results

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Danger Imminent... by Weatherlawyer on Feb 20th, 06:37
Re: Danger Imminent... by Weatherlawyer on Feb 20th, 07:44
Re: Danger Imminent... by Weatherlawyer on Feb 20th, 07:48
Re: Danger Imminent... by Weatherlawyer on Feb 23rd, 18:33