The new, big one leaving Africa now. I found that - hopefully it goes that way...
no changes so far.Mike how are the conditions looking over the next few weeks? You said earlier that September and October would be bad this year, are you still thinking the same regarding October or has anything changed?
it looks indeed quiet, despite the model forecasts to have now perfect storm development conditions, but there aren't.It all looks quiet could it be that it was all for this season? Or is it to early to tell?
I did not know that one and have to say it looks very teasing, and on a very low price.Ya, we have a thunder alert dog too. We have had several weather stations over the years with most lasting about 1 year at best due to rusting, moving parts stop moving, wire/wifi connections fail and having to change batteris on the top of the roof.... that have leaked.
Have two of these now. No exposed metal or moving parts. The high pole mounted unit is solar so don't have to change batteries. (pool cleaning pole works great.) Over a year and really like them.
Your RO membranes should last a lot longer than 2 years with good pre-treatment and proper membrane recovery / flux rates. If you wish, send me your well water data and your system data, and I will be glad to have a look and run the numbers. Things like iron, manganese, and calcium reduce membrane life expectancy, and usually can be neutralized.Ordered RO membrane replacements for my 3 units that are well water supplied. They are suppose to be good for 2 years. With the ocean salt water intruding due to lack of rain, they lasted only one year.
My weather stations are showing lots of thunder many times and we hear some. But we don't get much rain, if any, at all.