Sunday, March 31, 2013

March 27-31, 2013 Forecast Results

In a recent forecast for the Northeast and New England, I expected these areas to experience winter storm conditions between the 27th and 30th as a result of the conjunctions between the Sun, Venus, and Uranus. On the 27th, the New England area experienced 1 to 3 inches of snow in the lower elevations and as much as 6 inches in the mountains of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. The Northeast was unaffected except for some snow flurries in western New York.

The main action was taking place further east in portions of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. Warnings for snow, strong winds, and blowing snow were posted for these areas on the 28th and 29th due to an intense low pressure system that had become stationary over the North Atlantic. This corresponds to the positions of the Sun, Venus, and Uranus in the Full Moon chart of March 27th. I had not taken these into account in my original forecast.

Similar conditions were expected over Alaska between these dates. On the 28th, a low pressure system moving through the Central Gulf of Alaska brought snow showers and strong winds to portions of Southern Alaska.

In another forecast concerned with the possible California water shortage, I mentioned that a storm system would affect southern California in and around March 31st.

The Weather Channel reported today (31st) that rain showers and mountain snows are increasing for northern and central California and the Great Basin as an upper-level low moves in from the Pacific. Their weather map below shows the area affected.

31 Calif

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