The monsoon is a wind that turns around every half a year causing a lot of rain in e.g. India. Because the wind comes from the sea it has a lot of water in the clouds. This warms up and then it starts to rain a lot. If this is unclear I will make an edit.
This was an old drawing I dig up that I drew in an old sketch pad years ago, so try to forgive the quality.
This image was meant to be a stylized diagram of different kinds of magic in one of my first magic systems. So it's more of an illustration of the dominant power of magic types.
Magic, here refers to the fuel for magic power, which is a physical material, resembling a heavy mist, and can be stored in vessels. People leave jars, vases, plates, that collect a certain kind of magic under celestial conditions.
The Sun is the most powerful source. It dominates the day sky and practically no other types of magic can be drawn when the sun is out. Solar magic is the most common. The second most common is lunar power, which comes from the lit phases of the moon. Third most common is earth magic, which, rather than precipitating comes from earthly materials... keep reading on reddit ➡
Let's get it y'all!
I'm looking for future projections for precipitation levels in Nebraska (or somewhere in the Midwest that I could use as a proxy) up to at least 2050. Does anyone know where I can find data for this?
I have just pulled my very first extraction last night using Cybs A/B Tek and am now at the point where I took all 5 pulls (250ml of heptane total) and put them in a large flat bottom pan covered in the freezer.
It has only been about 12 hours but there is a few patches of crystals forming on the bottom, but also just floating loosely in the solution.
I am wondering if I should remove the pan and put it under a fan to evap the solution down to a smaller amount and then try freeze precipitating again?
Or do you think I should just evap it all under the fan and just clean up whatever product I get? (I'm not too worried about loosing solvent, I have more)
Where I live in Northern Ireland, I am at 50m but about 2 miles from me rises to 400m. So we frequently have abrupt snow lines here and often remarkably different conditions.
This afternoons snowline: https://i.imgur.com/wXIREMq.jpg
Anyway, the climate produces a lot of marginal snow events so like 1c at my house, -2c at 400m. We have similar conditions tonight.
My air temperature is 1.0c, at the moment and my wet bulb is 0.2c, it is raining with some sleety bits mixed in. 400 feet above my house, it is snowing and lying everywhere, thick heavy flakes. Like half a mile up the road is an abrupt change to snow.
Conversely we had some snow at 4-5pm at 0.5c that covered the grass and roofs. So it is snowing here in the heavy, prolonged showers!
I understand that wet bulb is influential in snow but could someone explain why it is so vital and why the cut off is so abrupt in these marginal conditions? 1.0c is quite cold, so why rain?
NB: the airmass today is subzero to 200-300m and... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have a solution of hydrochloric acid and bleach with dissolved gold flakes from pc scrap, forming chloroauric acid. I am now attempting to precipitate gold powder from solution. Most sources say sodium meta bisulphite is common use and effective. My solution however, seems not to react with the sodium. I have tried using to different sources of sodium, with a response from neither. The sodium simply gathers at the bottom. Do any of you know what I might be doing wrong, or perhaps know of another way to precipitate gold from chloroauric acid?
Precipitation Chance working for anyone for daily weather conditions? I have a shortcut I created which used to show the precipitation percentage for days of the week which no longer is doing anything. Wondering if a bad update or glitch or unable to read the server data?
Especifically when the river flows to the ocean, does this act increase precipitation somehow? how much? %?
This sucks. I no longer see which wunderground station is giving me it's current conditions AND, while they still give percent of precipitation chances, THEY TOOK AWAY THE AMOUNT FORECAST.
Can you guys please suggest a go-to replacement? Thank you.
Hey guys, thanks for your tips under my recent posts, I've read and tried to apply it all but I achieved no success. I've probably wasted 150g of mimosa.
Photo of the two different extraction jars: https://i.imgur.com/C0xdKF1.png (I'm letting them air evaporate now. Might take a couple of days)
They both precipitated really good through the night. Many crystals were formed on the bottom of the jars. They all looked really white, not yellowish as the liquid that formed after they melted.
I'm sure the melting is not due to my climate since I let them sit in different rooms, one with AC at 23C and ther other at room temp.
Solvent used: Heptane.
Method used: https://thepsychedelicscientist.com/dmt-extraction/
Freeze precipitation steps taken:
In my years of being in this city, this has got to be one of the biggest wastes of money and resources I've ever seen. These guys are driving around burning diesel fuel, probably on overtime, pouring no exaggeration THOUSANDS of pounds of rock salt over blacktop IN THE RAIN. or worse yet when there isn't even any snow to begin with.
I understand the idea of having the equipment and workforce prepared before we're hit, but whats the point of driving around spreading this crap when there's nothing going on? Rock salt is toxic to breathe in for long periods of time and it's literally on every corner. I feel like I'm at Killington ski resort some days. Not to mention it's bad for our cars too, and it's yet another commercial vehicle adding to the damn near daily gridlock traffic we deal with every day.
Anyone in DSNY on here wanna weigh in anonymously? Whose bright idea is this?
I used Weather Underground as my app of choice but they included more ads over time and just recently removed reporting precipitation totals and only report percent chance now. That was my last straw so I uninstalled and looked for another app. However, after trying Dark Sky, 1Weather, Today Weather, FlowX, and Google Weather, none of them report precipitation totals. They all will tell you that the chance to rain/snow is X% but none of them will tell you how severe of a storm it will be.
Does anyone know of any weather apps that report accumulation totals? I also preferred the graph style Weather Underground had so at a glance, I could see the temperatures rising and storms via the red or blue lines on a chart of the week.
I'm curious to ask but i feel i will sound dumb.