Good morning bloggers,
The new LRC is about to set up, but it is still the old pattern for just another three to five days. Then, one of the more fascinating things in the science of meteorology happens – the new LRC sets up and begins. According to the LRC a unique pattern sets up every year around October 5-6-7 and then a new cycle length evolves, anchor troughs and ridges become established, and the pattern repeats over and over again through the next September. In this past year Kansas City set the all time wettest 365 days in recorded history:
There is a Flash Flood Watch in the final days of last years pattern, and then something new develops and everything changes in the next week. As you watch this happen, you will be experiencing the change. We know what we just experienced for this past year, as I sort of forced it on you from day to day and week to week. Many of you seem tired of the relentless discussion of the cycling pattern, so like last year we will not be discussing the cycle length, which is estimated then confirmed by sometime in December.
Here is today’s video:
Have a great day! And, thank you for the ones who come in with positive discussion as we have all learned so much over the years. The new LRC is about to begin!