All evidence shows that the wobble has returned with vigor, as the Zetas had been predicting all summer.
The Figure 8 wobble affects Europe by putting the sunrise in more or less the correct position, as the Sun is over India at that time and there is no tilt to the geographic pole of Earth at that time. But as Europe approaches sunset, there is a tilt of the geographic pole, with the N Pole leaning away to the left, in the view from the Sun, so the Sun appears too far North during sunset. These measurements from Europe are more extreme than in the past as the wobble has gotten stronger per our predictions.
When the Earth rotates so the Sun is over North America the tilt of the geographic pole switches to lean to the right, in the view from the Sun, so the Sun appears too far south at mid-day and this lingers into the evening. It is not until well after sundown in N America that the geographic pole straightens up, when the Sun is centered over Asia. These measurements from North America are more extreme than in the past as the wobble has gotten stronger per our predictions.