Saturday, June 16, 2012

June 10-14, 2012 Forecast Results

Two forecasts were posted regarding the period between June 10-14, 2012. The first one was posted on April 29, 2012 and the second on May 19, 2012. The first forecast indicated that the New England and area and eastern Canada would be subject to windy and stormy conditions due to the aspects of Mercury to Uranus and Pluto. It also pinpointed an area about 480 miles off the North Carolina coast for low pressure formation. The second forecast pinpointed another area off the North Carolina coast for potential tropical storm development.


On June 12th, Accuweather reported

Drenching Downpours Shift into Northeast
A surge of tropical moisture lifting into the Northeast ahead of an approaching front will set the stage for widespread showers and thunderstorms today. Downpours can produce locally up to an inch or more of rainfall in any given location, which can lead to urban and small stream flooding.

The Weather Channel reported "Rain and showers, measuring up to 1 inch, will shift eastward across New England, east New York and New Jersey Wednesday (June 13). Breezy conditions are likely along the Mid-Atlantic coast.

The Weather Channel map below is for June 12, 2012.
June 12

The Accuweather map below is for June 14th and shows the low pressure area off the North Carolina coast. The low did not develop tropical characteristics. On the 15th, Accuweather reported that this offshore low would help create cool coastal breezes and stiff winds with big waves along the Atlantic Seaboard. ussu0090

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