The code project will hopefully give me cross-quarter days for Imbolc and Lughnasadh, I hope, since they are (as I understand it) timed to the hottest and coldest times of the year in England.
I'm going to repeat my current project to find the hottest and coldest days of the year on London climate data to confirm this, and then apply this fact to my calendar.
Don't know what's going to happen if (as I suspect), the hottest day in the year is on top of the equinox though. Might just drop Lughnasadh entirely then.
Don't know what to do about Samhain and Beltane though. Or what to do about naming since I don't like the whole Celtic thing for my practice.
I also want to do some research to mark the start of high fire season and the start and end of the rainy season in the calendar, since these are critical to Californian climate and habitats.
The latter should be a quick analysis on top of the climate data I've already collected, but for the dating of high fire season, I'm going to have to hunt down and collate information from old Forest Fire Summaries put out by CAL FIRE (and that means a day trip to Sacramento on a day off from work to get it done)
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