This site deals with a concept (The Iasoberg Model) that addresses recent observations of minute celestial influences that may influence geophysical phenomena, in particular weather. The Iasoberg Model was developed to locate the Allais Effect in, on and near the Earth.
The Iasoberg Model, developed over the past 30 years, connects this influence to severe weather. There may be many possible applications of the Iasoberg Model, however, current work using the output of the is for forecasting severe weather such as tornado outbreaks, large hail events and severe wind events in the continental USA plus cataclysms, such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Check out the Iasoberg Pattern daily. NOTE the time and your proximity to the pattern.