I might be mistaken, but think I remember this. If it’s the same guy, I think he also mentioned a theory about why it rained more (according to him) on the weekends. Something about there are more cars on the road during the week because of people driving to work, which causes more particles in the air, which leads to cloud formation. It builds up over the week, and then it rains on the weekend, and the cycle reboots. Apparently his assumption was that people don’t drive as much on the weekends; they prefer to hang out at home and relax.
Just how does he define “landfall” for a hurricane?
I frequently hear of a hurricane that hits the Bahamas or Caribbean Islands, then a day or two later hits Cuba, then on to the coast of Florida, and then either northward onto the eastern seacost of the US, or westward onto the gulf cost of the US.
Which of those do you count as the day of ‘landfall’ for that hurricane?
I don’t know. But then again, that is only trivia for the purposes of the research I was hoping to find. Hurricane landfalls was what he was studying when he was sidetracked by this apparent pattern of weather and days of the week. After that it had nothing to do with landfalls.