I wanted to add some suspense to this blog today, and to enhance readership beyond one, I would do like TEEVEE news and weathercasters do who get people to hang around by saying silly things like:
“Will it rain for the Arizona fubball game tomorrow? We’ll tell you at 11”
when an answer consisting of a single word would do.
These are one of the dumbest, outrageous and annoying lines that weather and newscasters come up with over and over again, and I hope I am NEVER on TEEVEE and have to say something like that unless I am making a LOT of money, and then I might say almost anything! (Haha, just kidding, I think, but not positive.)
Well, since the supercomputer calculations, these based on earth data from last night at 5 PM AST (00 Zulu, Greenwich Time, Central Universal Time, etc.) continues to show early December rains in Catalina (see illustrative figure above), we need to have some spaghetti to see if a trough in the middle troposphere has much chance of being here:
Went on a hike yesterday morning, about 4 h worth up the Baby Jesus trail to the Deer Camp trail and back down again. Here are some scenes from later November from a desert having a lot of rain in September and October. Octotilloes are blooming here and there! Amazing! Morning glories hanging on, too. Cement trough, though, was dry. Boohoo. Didn’t expect that.