Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Nor'easter and Oct-Nov 2009 Forecast Results

The Weather Alternative forecast for Nov 5-7 is being fulfilled by the developing Nor'easter over New England. Today's Accuweather article "Cold Winds to Grip Northeast" explains how a storm will intensify as it moves off the New England coast tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday (Nov 5-6). Temps will feel like they're in the teens due to strong northerly winds on the back side of the storm. Some areas of the Northeast will have an early season snowfall.

The Weather Alternative forecast for this time period was posted on June 16, 2009 and stated Mars conjoins the solar eclipse degree over the Northeast U.S. Expect storms through the area. This may also affect the Windward Islands, which may see some tropical activity.

As far as tropical activity affecting the Windward Islands, the National Weather Service today reported that two small low pressure systems are centered north of the Leeward Islands.

Another long-range forecast for October 30-Nov 2, 2009 mentioned to watch for possible tropical storm formation in the western Atlantic around 52 west longitude and 15 north latitude.

On October 29th, the National Weather Service reported a tropical wave along 55 west to the south of 16 north was bringing strong showers and thunderstorms to the area.

On November 2nd, they reported another tropical wave along 55 west.

Another forecast for October 29-Nov 2, 2009 called for a storm system over the U.S. Intermountain West and possible tropical storm activity 540 miles southwest of Cabo San Lucas.

No tropical storm activity was reported, but on October 29th, a storm system hit the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. Rain hit Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. About 1-3 inches of snow covered the northern Rockies.

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