Monday, October 12, 2009

October 10-12, 2009 Forecast Results

The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for October 10-22, 2009 was posted 17 days beforehand. The forecast described a storm system pushing through the Plains and a low pressure system tracking to the south affecting eastern Texas and Oklahoma as it continued into the Mississippi Valley and the Southeast.

The low over eastern Texas and Oklahoma hit a day earlier (Oct 9th) than forecast. Thunderstorms over southeastern Texas were expected to turn severe. Three inches of rain were common across east Texas and Oklahoma.

Today, Oct 12, heavy rain is expected across the Southeast as Gulf moisture overrides a stalled frontal boundary.

Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made
Solar Eclipse Action October and November 2009
A Few More Forecasts for October 2009
October 2009 Severe Weather Outlook for Eastern Texas

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