Thursday, August 25, 2005

Katrina's Path?

Conventional forecasters are now toying with the possibility that Tropical Storm Katrina might make it to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast in a few days. If this happens, it would be a fulfillment of the Weather Atlernative's forecast for Aug 24-28, 2005 that stated "The Northeast will experience a severe weather pattern that may be tropical in nature. One model shows a possible storm system off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina heading northward to the New York area." This forecast was prepared at the end of July 2005.

Weather grapic courtesy of Accuweather.

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