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Red Skies

Red Skies

Red Skies

The forecast for the coming week to 10 days looks ominous. There will be a series of increasingly stronger, more intense, and longer lasting troughs that will overrun me approaching as always from the west. To the north, another region of high pressure will make its south into places it has no business being. And to the south, the ever present storms tracking west to east further north than is normal. We go East as fast as is possible to try and stay ahead of it all.

To be honest, I think we’ll run out of real estate before the 7th or 8th of April a victim of the element of the sub-tropical high just prior. If the forecast turns a tad favourable, we’ll have a chance.

Red skies in the mornings all week
Will make sailors knees go weak.

Follow my tracks in real-time:
https://bit.ly/svseaburban