How to Predict Meteor Showers Crossing Animals to the Nearest Second
One of the easiest things to predict in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the weather, and I’m not just talking about when it’s a beautiful sunny day on [your island’s name] . With a completely new way of data mining, you can know exactly when rainbows and aurora borealis are coming, even when there are meteor showers. In fact, you’ll be able to predict their shooting stars to the nearest second , saving you countless evenings gazing up at the lifeless sky.
All this is due to the so-called seed. Each island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons has one; it is automatically created when you first create your island. It’s not unique, but chances are good that you and your friend won’t have the same seed given that there are over two billion possible combinations to work with.
Once you’ve figured out your seed, you can accurately predict the weather on your island – ideal if you want to make sure you log in when it’s raining, and perfect for making sure you’re around. to get fragments of stars. next big meteor shower. I tested this with a friend and it is incredible . Once he received his island’s “main graph”, he could trigger shooting stars for the second.
How to find the starting number of your island
Calculating the seed for your island requires a little work from you, but the result is worth it. First,launch MeteoNook Alpha . You will want to know how the calculation works, but in short, you will be entering data based on what you see in your game when you play it. The more data you add, the more accurately the website will be able to guess your starting number – think of this as digital trial and error.
This is how I found mine. First, I opened the “Seed” tab on MeteoNook and downloaded my island to my Nintendo Switch. I entered the correct date and hemisphere for my island on the website, then I took a walk with my character and looked up at the sky looking for something out of the ordinary. I noticed a rainbow! And on a cloudy day! The first is important because this is a specific event that doesn’t happen very often (and it always happens on a partially cloudy day, so …)
Then I entered this information into MetroNook Alpha:
And it’s all! That’s all I can do right now, and there is no point in hitting Start Search in the Find Your Seed section, because a single data point won’t help the game narrow down the possibilities. But the more data you enter, the closer you will be to determining the starting number of your island and discovering your forecasting capabilities.
For the sake of practice, in a few days I entered dummy data. Here’s what the website gives out after you’ve provided enough information to identify your seed (via the site’s Browse tab):
Click any of the More Details links and you will be able to see your weather conditions down to the hour, as well as the exact time (in seconds) when the stars will shoot across your sky, assuming they look like this. day:
You can also get this information in a beautiful monthly overview if you need to plan your social calendar around upcoming meteor shower events:
Remember, since your seed is a window of how your island works, you’ll be able to schedule your weather events, well, forever – or at least until Nintendo makes some changes that add more weather. that can be watched like a tornado or something else.
Since all of your tracking data is stored through your web browser, you can close the MeteoNook Alpha tab and reopen it whenever you want. There is no “export seed” feature, so make sure you write down this special number (via “ Browse”> “Change settings” in the “new” website interface) in case clearing your cookies and browser cache would delete everything. your hard-earned tracking. …
Now, please think of what secret tricks I need to start doing to get Redd to show up more than every four weeks?