Sunday, August 01, 2010

July 23-26, 2010 Forecast Results

The long-range weather forecast for July 23-26, 2010 called for either a tropical system or a severe weather pattern to affect the area from the Carolinas through New Jersey.

On the 25th and 26th, a severe weather pattern developed over the region. The Accuweather map at left shows an area of damaging storms for the 25th of July.

Accuweather reported on the 25th that powerful thunderstorms will rumble from the Delmarva into Kentucky. Aided by daytime heating, southern Illinois and Kentucky into the Delmarva and southern New Jersey will be at risk for strong storms this afternoon.

The map at right is for the 26th. Accuweather reported Drenching Storms to Wipe Out Extreme Heat in Carolinas

A slow-moving cold front in the Southeast will be the focal point for drenching and locally severe storms this afternoon. The thunderstorms will help to wipe out the extreme and oppressive heat in the southern mid-Atlantic and much of the Carolinas.

Experimental Forecasts Part 2- July-Sept 2010

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Experimental Forecasts July & August 2010

Hurricane Season 2010--Caribbean, Mexico, Central America

Hurricane Season 2010--Forecasts for August

Hurricane Season 2010--Forecast for September

Hurricane Season 2010--Central America Part 2

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

A Greek and an Italian

A Greek and Italian were sitting in a Starbuck's one day discussing who had the superior culture. Over triple lattes the Greek guy says, "Well, we have the Parthenon."

Arching his eyebrows, the Italian replies, "We have the Coliseum." The Greek retorts, "We Greeks gave birth to advanced mathematics."

The Italian, nodding agreement, says, "But we built the Roman Empire."

And so on and so on until the Greek comes up with what he thinks will end the discussion. With a flourish of finality he says, "We invented sex!"

The Italian replies, "That is true, but it was the Italians who introduced it to women!"


Anonymous said...

Yesterday, there was a cardinal cross at 6am nyc. How does this effect weather? In addition, August 6 at 6am is also an interesting chart. I apply these charts to financial astro harmonics

The Weather Alternative said...

In astro-meteorology, we usually look at the aspects being formed by the planets at any given moment from the viewpoint of different charts.

For example, if there is a cardinal cross on Aug 6, we'll go back to the Cardinal Solar Ingress chart and see where those planets are angular in that chart and then make deductions as to what part of the country or world the cardinal cross will effect.

We do the same with New and Full Moon charts. Where are the planets angular in those charts. This helps us determine where the effect will materialize.