Wednesday, October 14, 2009

October 12-15, 2009 Forecast Results

The long-range astrometeorological forecast for October 12-15, 2009 was posted here on The Weather Alternative on June 16 of this year.

The first part of the forecast stated:

Solar Eclipse of March 18, 2007

October 12-15, 2009: The Venus-Saturn conjunction on the 13th will oppose the solar eclipse degree off the US West Coast at 129 west. Venus and Saturn are parallel on the 12th. The eclipse was square Pluto. This may bring a strong storm system into the US west coast and/or tropical activity along 128 west in the tropical regions.

No tropical activity was reported but on Tuesday, Oct. 13, a major storm system slammed into the U.S. West Coast unleashing torrential rainfall and producing tropical storm-force winds across California. Among the hindrances caused by the storm are mudslides and flooding, airport delays, and potential power outages.

In part, the storm is made up of the remnants of Typhoon Melor, which struck Japan late last week. Some locations along California's central coast have picked up 4 inches of rain. Many other places have had rainfall totals of 1.5 to 3 inches. The storm is one of the strongest to hit the area in decades.

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