Nov 4, 2012

Seasonal Twists Abound?

I sense a pucker factor emerging in map correlations with the current flow of the middle atmosphere using the early derivation of the 2012-13 cycle length. All is good though, rolling into what the GFS is putting out for late week. The ULL off of the west coast is in the flow this cycle providing an eye popping difference between map comparisons...

(Sep 18-19 and GFS Nov 7-8)


This comparison is in the low 50s of cycle length that I've been following along with since mid August.

Moving forward (GFS Nov-11) this may not be something we've seen in the maps yet but is certainly apart of the 2012-13 cycle. Is it a seasonal twist in the jet just more evident due to the ability of finding the cycle earlier? Or just the simple fact that patterns in the cycle have not yet been established and we're still waiting for them to evolve as the core theory states? What do you believe?

This is a great time for critics to come out of the woods and express their discontent with compounding theories on the core theory or even better with the theory in general. No matter, it is all good fun. Patience is a virtue.

If there are any questions or thoughts on my research and analysis of the LRC or how I presented the material just let me know in the comments section of the blog. Thanks for reading!