Saturday, May 31, 2008

Three-day Severe Weather Outbreak

G.J. McCormack, known as The Weather Prophet of Fair Lawn, New Jersey, was the 20th century's ablest astro-meteorologist. He wrote that the weather resulting from the Sun's parallel aspect with Mercury was invariably accompanied by winds of high velocities. Over the last few days, the Sun has been approaching its exact parallel with Mercury (exact on the 31st). This was the basis for The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for May. By the 28th, the Moon squares Mercury again. This, coupled with the Sun's parallel to Mercury should trigger colder conditions, wind, and storms from the Mississippi Valley to the East Coast from the 28th through the 31st.

The Accuweather map above shows the severe weather set-up for Friday (May 30th) over the Mississippi Valley. Large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes were expected in keeping with the nature of the Sun's parallel with Mercury. Tornadoes were reported on Friday in Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. No injuries were reported. Two tornado reports were also made in northwestern Ohio.

The East Coast will also feel the effects of severe weather as indicated in the long-range forecast. According to today's Accuweather report, The area at greatest risk for strong and severe storms will be from New York City to eastern Virginia. Large hail, heavy downpours and localized flooding, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be spawned by the strongest storms.
The storm system will bring heavy showers and thunderstorms to much of the balance of the Northeast.

According to The Weather Alternative long-range forecast for May 28-31, the Rockies were to experience a stormy period. The Weather Channel map at left for Thursday, May 29th, shows a low pressure system over Wyoming. Showers and thunderstorms pushed eastward into Montana and Wyoming with some isolated storms billowing up over eastern Colorado and eastern New Mexico.

May Forecasts

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Summer 2008: The Rockies Part 1

Summer 2008: The Plains and Mississippi Valley- Part 1

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How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

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Anonymous said...

I have been studing McCormick for many years and do not have the success you have detailed...congrats. I have also studied Pierce...Goodavage basicallyl pledgerizied Mccormicks work..

The Weather Alternative said...

Goodavage and McCormack worked together for awhile. Al Morrison told me that he introduced Goodavage to McCormack.

Goodavage was a writer and got sold on astrology. They were sort of like Moses and Aaron. Moses (McCormack)was the prophet and Aaron (Goodavage) was the spokesperson.

They did some great articles in Analog Science Fact Science Fiction magazine in the 60s. McCormack did 6 months of long-range forecasts that were judged 93 percent accurate.