Friday, March 25, 2011

April 18-24, 2011 Severe Weather Window

There has been talk lately on Accuweather about the wild weather that might be in store for us this spring. The long-range weather forecasting technique used here on The Weather Alternative allows forecasts to be drawn up weeks, months, or years in advance pinpointing certain dates and places. The forecasts are based on planetary cycles. This approach has been used successfully for centuries and was further refined by Johannes Kepler, the discoverer of the planetary laws of motion.

An interesting, and perhaps "wild" grouping of planets forms between April 18-24, 2011 as Mercury and Mars oppose Saturn. Mercury will then linger in opposition to Saturn longer than it normally does due to its retrograde motion. The storm-breeding capabilities of these three planets when found together is well known among astro-meteorologists.

Let's look at some areas that should respond with storm systems at this time.

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Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands could see the development of a low-pressure system around the 18th through the 20th, and later around the 23rd and 24th.

It appears that northwest Texas, Tennessee, and Georgia all stand out as being recipients of a severe weather pattern. This may indicate a system that moves from Texas eastward over Tennessee and Georgia. Since this period covers seven days, it may be actually more than one system that develops. As in the above forecast, the first few days and then the last couple of days seem to be the strongest for severe weather.

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Another area likely to see the formation of a low-pressure area is about 600 miles off the California coast. The low would then move eastward over the U.S. West Coast.

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1 comment:

Bob Rood said...

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