This whole situation, in spite of the inclinations seen in “spaghetti”, has gone to pot. Well, actually, to the north more than foretold days ago. No rain is now foreseen here for another week or two.
But instead of discussing in minutiae what went wrong, and why CM fell for it, that is, go through a bunch of hand-wringing about how bad our models are, even with some chaos thrown in (produces “spaghetti”), let us instead change direction for awhile, a diversion really, and consider the two forms of anarchy today: good anarchy, and bad anarchy.
We begin our discussion with an example of “good anarchy”, shown below:
In contrast, below I present an egregious example of quite “bad anarchy.” Please note the clear message by the authorities on the sign at right:
We did have a nice sunset; so many here. Hope you saw it. Pretty much an all daymlollipop lentiular cloud downwind of Ms. Lemmon yesterday, too. Here’s the U of AZ time lapse for yesterday. You can really see how these clouds hover, shrink and expand, disappear, reappear, as the moisture grade changes.