The weather, including solar and lunar activity, and fluctuations in the Earth’s geomagnetic field, is known to play a role in increased paranormal activity. For more information please read Weather and Geothermic Conditions that Affect Paranormal Activity in the SOuLSPI Articles section.
Australian Weather Forecasts
|Enter the suburb name or postcode in the search box at the left to find out the weather conditions and forecasts for any location within Australia.|
New South Wales & ACT Weather Observation Stations
Click on the map to go the the Australian Govt. Bureau Of Meteorology to find readings from your closest NSW or ACT weather station. (Maps for other Australian states are available from links on the BOM page.)
Click link above to see information about solar and lunar eclipses in your location.
Click link to see phases and the signs of the Moon, lunar days, mansions of the Moon, void-of-course periods, eclipses, and the apogee and perigee moments for any month in a wide range of years, worldwide.
Moon Phases for Sydney, New South Wales, Australia in 2018
|2 Jan||1:24 pm||9 Jan||9:25 am|
|17 Jan||1:17 pm||25 Jan||9:20 am||1 Feb||12:26 am||8 Feb||2:53 am|
|16 Feb||8:05 am||23 Feb||7:09 pm||2 Mar||11:51 am||9 Mar||10:19 pm|
|18 Mar||12:11 am||25 Mar||2:35 am||31 Mar||11:36 pm||8 Apr||5:17 pm|
|16 Apr||11:57 am||23 Apr||7:45 am||30 Apr||10:58 am||8 May||12:08 pm|
|15 May||9:47 pm||22 May||1:49 pm||30 May||12:19 am||7 Jun||4:31 am|
|14 Jun||5:43 am||20 Jun||8:50 pm||28 Jun||2:53 pm||6 Jul||5:50 pm|
|13 Jul||12:47 pm||20 Jul||5:52 am||28 Jul||6:20 am||5 Aug||4:17 am|
|11 Aug||7:57 pm||18 Aug||5:48 pm||26 Aug||9:56 pm||3 Sep||12:37 pm|
|10 Sep||4:01 am||17 Sep||9:14 am||25 Sep||12:52 pm||2 Oct||7:45 pm|
|9 Oct||2:46 pm||17 Oct||5:01 am||25 Oct||3:45 am||1 Nov||3:40 am|
|8 Nov||3:01 am||16 Nov||1:54 am||23 Nov||4:39 pm||30 Nov||11:18 am|
|7 Dec||6:20 pm||15 Dec||10:49 pm||23 Dec||4:48 am||29 Dec||8:34 pm|
|* All times are local time for Sydney. Time is adjusted for Daylight Savings Time when applicable.|
Information above from timeanddate.com
Geomagnetic Field and Solar Activity Monitors
The geomagnetic field is the magnetic field observed in and around the earth. The intensity of the magnetic field at the earth’s surface is approximately 0.32 gauss at the equator and 0.62 gauss at the north pole. A geomagnetic storm is a worldwide disturbance of the earth’s magnetic field, distinct from regular diurnal variations. Scroll to the bottom of the page for more information about each module displayed below.
Solar X-rays and Geomagnetic Field Monitors
Click on the monitors for more details
About the Solar X-ray status monitor
The Solar X-ray status monitor downloads data periodically from the NOAA Space Environment Center FTP server. The previous 24 hours of 5 minute Long-wavelength X-ray data from each satellite (GOES 8 and GOES 10) is analyzed, and an appropriate level of activity for the past 24 hours is assigned as follows:
NORMAL: Solar X-ray flux is quiet (<1.00e-6 W/m^2)
ACTIVE: Solar X-ray flux is active (>= 1.00e-6 W/m^2)
M CLASS FLARE: An M Class flare has occurred (X-ray flux >= 1.00e-5 W/m^2)
X CLASS FLARE: An X Class flare has occurred (X-ray flux >= 1.00e-4 W/m^2)
MEGA FLARE: An unprecedented X-ray event has occurred (X-ray flux >= 1.00e-3 W/m^2).
About the Geomagnetic Field status monitor
QUIET: the Geomagnetic Field is quiet (Kp<4)
ACTIVE: the Geomagnetic Field has been unsettled (Kp=4)
STORM: A Geomagnetic Storm has occurred (Kp>4)