Friday, September 12, 2014

September 7-10, 2014 Forecast Results

The May 20th, 2014 Weather Alternative post talked about possible tropical activity or severe weather to affect North Carolina, Virginia, and the East Coast areas between September 7-10. The East Coast did experience severe weather at this time. Although it was not due to a tropical system, the combination of tropical moisture and a disturbance moving along a frontal zone provoked the rainfall. The AccuWeather map below shows the area from Florida through North Carolina as the target for heavy downpours on the 6th.




The area from Virginia through Maine was also subjected to heavy thunderstorms with damaging winds and flooding downpours on the 6th as seen in the next AccuWeather map.



On the 8th, AccuWeather reported that rain would continue to drench the East Coast into Tuesday, the 9th. The Weather Channel map for the 8th shows a low pressure area and stationary front over the Carolinas.



AccuWeather's Hurricane Expert, Dan Kottlowski, explained that the feature was not likely to develop into a tropical system. The rounds of heavy rain and flash flooding, AccuWeather said, would creep from the Carolinas through the Mid-Atlantic area. All in all this long-range weather forecast accurately described the weather scenario over 3 months in advance.

Links to Other Long-range Forecasts and Forecast Results
October 11, 2014 Western Weather Woes Plains Forecast Oct 6-8, 2014
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

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Saturday, September 06, 2014

October 11, 2014 Western Weather Woes

From time to time we've looked at the effects of the Mars-Saturn conjunction on the weather. We've seen how some of the most energetic weather patterns come on the heels of Mars-Saturn conjunctions. Windy, destructive storms attend the conjunction and other hard aspects such as the square, opposition, and parallel. I’ve also shown how when these conjunctions are later triggered by the outer planets (Mars through Pluto), severe weather patterns ensue over the same areas initially affected by the conjunction.

These conjunctions take place about every two years. The last one was the conjunction of August 25, 2014. The astro-locality map below shows the area of the U.S. the conjunction affected.



The day after, on August 26th, the Weather Channel reported that heavy showers and thunderstorms affected Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and Nevada with torrential downpours, flash flooding, damaging wind gusts, and hail. This was due to a potent disturbance that moved through the central Rockies closely fitting the position of Mars-Saturn in the astro-locality map. As can be seen from this map, the Mars-Saturn line passed through southern California which at this time also experienced damaging high surf, very strong rip currents, and coastal flooding. Check out the Accuweather map below and the waves in the second pic. 



Big Waves Continue to Hit California as Hurricane Marie Effect Wanes (LA Times) Aug 28, 2014 by Veronica Rocha




On October 11th of this year, Jupiter will activate the disruptive Mars-Saturn conjunction activating the same area covered in the astro-locality map above. At this time, there will also be a Venus-Uranus opposition that will affect the West Coast States (map not shown). This opposition normally coincides with lower ranges of temperature, wind, and rain. When overlaying the two maps together, they both affect the southern California area suggesting a severe weather pattern there. So, around the 11th of October the West Coast States, Great Basin, and Rockies should be subjected to a similar weather pattern that affected the central Rockies around August 25-28 this year. Southern California may be in for a more intense weather pattern than the other areas. This could mean increased rainfall, flooding, landslides, and coastal erosion.  

The Climate Prediction Center, as of September 4, 2014, has issued an El Niño Watch meaning that the chance of an El Niño forming this fall and winter is at 60-65 percent. El Niños affect the storm tracks over the western U.S. pushing them southward toward Southern California. The above planetary analysis may be indicating such a southern trajectory during the days before and after October 11, 2014.  

Plains Forecast Oct 6-8, 2014
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

Mark of the Beast (click to read)

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Tropical Storm Cristobal and Mexico Results

In an August 23, 2014 post entitled "The Track of Future Tropical Storm Cristobal," I suggested a possible track that the storm would follow if it developed. My suggestion was based on the Solar Eclipse of November 25, 2011 which was being activated on August 25th. As seen from the astro-locality map below, the track passed through the North Carolina coast and northward.




The following Weather Channel map shows that by the 27th, Hurricane Cristobal was not directly  following the line shown above but paralleling it offshore.

At the most, the effects on the weather for the area near the eclipse line were rough surf and breezy conditions. The Accuweather map below points this out.


In and earlier forecast posted on July 7th of this year, I explained how certain planetary alignments over the Yucatan of Mexico could be indicative of the formation of a tropical system between August 24 through 27. The astro-locality map below shows the area in question.



On the 25th, the Weather Channel reported that the Gulf of Mexico was now an area to watch. By the 27th, they reported that thunderstorms were flaring up over the Southern Gulf near the Yucatan which would then feed into a surge of moisture, which by the 28th brought drenching showers and rough surf to Texas. Accuweather is now reporting (although later than I expected) a tropical wave to affect this area as shown in their map below.




Plains Forecast Oct 6-8, 2014
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative


Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Track of Future Tropical Storm Cristobal

Meteorologists are expecting conditions to become more conducive for the low pressure area over the Caribbean Islands to develop into Tropical Storm Cristobal. Some even think that the system could intensify into a hurricane. The Accuweather graphic below suggests the possible tracks that it might take if it develops as expected.




The Solar Eclipse of November 25, 2011 may have something to offer regarding the storm's track. On August 25th, this eclipse will be spurred into action by the New Moon that takes place on the same day. Then on the 26th the position that Mercury held at that time will also be activated by other factors. As shown in the astro-locality map below, this pinpoints the area along 77 west longitude which passes through the North Carolina coast and then northward indicating a possible landfall over North Carolina. There is always a chance that this particular planetary alignment might signify some other type of severe weather condition that develops over 77 west longitude.




Plains Forecast Oct 6-8, 2014
Hurricane Season 2014: Mexico
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

The Coming "ISON" Comet (click to read)


Thursday, August 14, 2014

Plains Forecast October 6-8, 2014

A potentially dangerous weather pattern appears to be indicated by a number of astro-locality charts for the period in and around October 6-8, 2014. The main chart is posted below and shows a crossing of planetary influences over the U.S. midsection based on the First Quarter Moon of October 1st of this year. The crossing falls over the area comprising Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas.



At this time the Sun's opposition to Urnaus, the Venus-Pluto square, and other planetary alignments involving Mercury and Mars, suggest an invasion of cold air that creates atmospheric instability with the likely result being strong storms or a front that brings severe weather to this region.

Hurricane Season 2014: Mexico
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative


Saturday, August 02, 2014

Bertha and August 2-4, 2014 Results

About a month and a half ago, I posted regarding some possible hurricane strike areas for the month of July and the beginning of August. The forecast for August 2-4 mentioned that strong thunderstorms or possibly a tropical system would affect the area from North Carolina up the East Coast toward New England.

On July 31st, Accuweather published the following map with this headline:
Heavy Rain Eyes Georgia to Massachusetts This Weekend. As shown in the map, tropical moisture invades the East Coast area bringing significant rain.



In addition to the aforementioned rain, the latest reports now show that Tropical Storm Bertha will parallel the U.S. East Coast for awhile starting around Monday the 4th of August. In other words within the timeframe of the forecast issued back in June.



Next up is a prediction I made in early July of this year for the area in and around the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Between August 24-27, there are strong indications of severe weather or a tropical system affecting this area. Read about it here.

Hurricane Season 2014: Mexico
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative


Monday, July 21, 2014

July 18-20, 2014 Forecast Results

This next forecast, published a month ago, called for a severe weather pattern over the Florida Peninsula or  the passage of a tropical system over Florida which then headed toward the Carolinas. The time frame was between July 18th and 20th and was indicated by planetary "lines" that crossed over the southern tip of Florida as shown in the map below.



On Friday, July 18th, although no tropical system developed over Florida, Accuweather announced that an eastern coastal storm would bring downpours and ruin the weekend beach day from the Outer Banks of North Carolina to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The Accuweather map below shows the gathering storm system.



Meanwhile back in Florida at this time, a flood threat existed over the Florida Panhandle and surrounding areas over Alabama and Georgia. This gave way to daily thunderstorms bringing localized downpours over the Florida area and up through the Mid-Atlantic. The next two Accuweather maps show both of these scenarios.






Hurricane Season 2014: Mexico
Potential Hurricane Strike Areas July 2014
East Coast Hurricane? September 2014
Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

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