The sun / earth relationship is electromagnetic in nature the homopolar generator effects as the magnetic coupling increases into the Earth increases the pole to equator charge gradient,
Negative at the pole and positive on the equator / ITCZ. This drives positive ions into the atmosphere along the ITCZ yielding the increased relative humidity, because the additional positive ionic charge increases the mutual static charge based repulsion between fine water droplets, stopping further condensation, thus loading the moisture content higher than the temperature alone could maintain.
Tornadoes form when the lunar declinational tidal meridional flows move these areas of positive ionization, poleward as the peak of the positive component of the charging cycle starts to shift back toward the equator. The +ions are not free electrons like Negative ions are, so the dense moisture laden positive charged air masses close to the ground have to be physically pulled into the rapidly condensing precipitation on the funnel and wall cloud surfaces.
That is why the peak production of tornadoes forms just past maximum culmination lunar declination for about three days both primary and secondary bulges, and around summer solstice as the moon crosses the equator. When the earth is having a heliocentric conjunction with other planets the additional charge builds up to the point of closest alignment, then discharges for the next 7 to 10 days. If these separate cycles interact in a cumulative way the process is enhanced and the number and intensity of the tornadoes increases, and decreases the net effects when out of phase.
Tornadoes are the atmospheric storm process for the spring / summer charge process, hurricanes and tropical storms are the discharge process from July to November, the same charge gradient forces still apply but it is a general discharging pattern overall.
So in answer to your original proposal the same applies to long term charge shifts, long term slow gains in charge gradient will increase the total moisture content of the atmosphere that cannot rain out until the gradient shifts the other way, short or long term hence derechieos, and flash floods (rapid sudden discharges) after long droughts that look like it could rain any time but don’t (Charging at a good steady pace).
The production of TS Bonnie and Colin have been effected by the lack of decrease in the homopolar fields because the coupling coming up on Neptune August 20, Uranus and Jupiter on the 21st-24th conjunction of both to each other then Venus in early(?) October, is balancing the normal annual discharge post summer solstice. To where they, Bonnie and Colin just effected the transport of positive ions in the form of moisture into the mid-latitudes for later release during the post heliocentric conjunction discharge phases, in steps as the Earth passes the outer planets.
I will be plotting graphs of the relationship between the lunar declination and Hurricane production by ACE numbers as soon as I get a high speed connection, It should be illuminating to see the past annual patterns, referenced to the lunar declination with the Synod conjunctions shown as a vertical line on the day of each, plotted for the years of record. You might find it interesting to look at the relative humidity numbers in the same format
I think the relationship between the compounding of the solar strength, lunar declination, and heliocentric conjunctions, should be easily viewable.
So currently you should see an increasing background level of global humidity that is stuck not being able to get back to the ground, because the ionic charge gradient is up and stable at this time. The same should apply with long term solar cycle period length, levels of sustained background charges, due to those long term effects as well.
By the way I have noticed the solar flare / spots seen in the image Lief mentioned;
follow the lunar declination, North solar hemisphere when Moon Maximum North, Southern solar hemisphere when moon Max South, with weak spots spread across the solar equator as the moon crosses the Earth’s equator.
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Vanuatu a 6.1M in the last 12 hours without any aftershocks. Well there is a big, big chance we will see one today while the Sun, Moon and Saturn rise and set there. The times will be around 18, 21 and 23 UT.