Pacific Summary. 2 January 2018 - 3 January 2018

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Magnitude 6 risk locations are South of New Zealand, Kermadec Islands, Tonga, Fiji, Southern Sumatra, Molucca Sea, Guam, Myanmar, Ryuku Islands, Southeastern Honshu, Offshore Oregon, Atacama, Valparaiso, South Sandwich Islands.
Volcanic activity may increase.
Sinabung, Agung, Suwanosejima, Kliuchevskoi, Nevados de Chillan.
An eruption at Agung, if any, seems likely to be a minor ash eruption.
The forecast period is likely to be extended.

Update. 3 January 2.00pm
2 January.
Eruption Aoba, Agung, Sinabung, Sakurajima.
3 January.
South of Fiji 5.9 3.57am
Weak solar conditions arrived on cue and drove several minor eruptions on 2 January.
Little data for Aoba...the volcano seemed to be going quiet for several weeks. The eruption may just be a minor ash eruption in a fading sequence.
Agung is regularly giving off puffs of steam so little data to confirm if this was just another big puff.
Sakurajima is not far from Suwanosejima, the area is under pressure.
Some volcanoes may have erupted before the forecast was posted...volcano data can be slow getting onto internet.
Pacific quakes were quiet on 2 January.
The 3 January South of Fiji 5.9 was a near perfect hit from difficult to forecast weak conditions.
Solar conditions are fading but strong lunar conditions are in place for another day.
The forecast period is extended to 3 January.

Summary.
2 January.
Eruption Aoba, Agung, Sinabung, Sakurajima.
3 January.
South of Fiji 5.9 3.57am
Eruption Kliuchevskoi.
4 January.
San Francisico 4.4 11.39pm
Quakes were weak during the period as weak solstice solar quake driving conditions prevailed.
Excellent location success, the biggest quake was the Louisville 5.9.
Eruptions were frequent during the period but only minor.
Agung regularly emits puffs of steam, meeting the forecast profile for minor activity.
A major eruption at the volcano seems unlikely in the near future.
Vulcanologists at Agung have maintained maximum alert level due to regular puffs and harmonic tremor but local authorities have reduced the exclusion zone from 10 km to 6 km.
Significant weather shifts during the period around the globe may have been assisted by the supermoon.
Cyclone Eleanor tore through Ireland and Europe with damaging winds.
Severe winter weather continues to paralyse the Northeast USA...possibly the worst in a century.
New Zealand and Northern California have had drought breaking rain.
Some mainstream news outlets appear to be on the brink of abandoning their support for global warming theory as the Little Ice Age sets in.
The trick will be to change their story but maintain the same privileged experts who fed them the global warming nonsense.
Watch out in New Zealand for NIWA climate experts to maintain their role even though their seasonal forecasts aren't worth the paper they're written on.
Regardless, many Little Ice Age meteorologists are getting media traction nowadays...leading weatherman Piers Corbyn, working with solar data, had a one month ahead forecast for the big USA cold. His map was like a photocopy of the actual weather map.
A new and probably weak quake period begins approx. 8 January.


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