Tuesday, August 27, 2013

August 21-24, 2013 Forecast Results

The forecast for this period was posted two months earlier. Due to the Jupiter-Uranus square affecting the U.S. Northeast and New England, I was expecting either a tropical system or some other type of severe weather that would excite wind velocities. Here's what happened.

The Accuweather map below is for August 22nd.

22 Pittsburg

Here we see the Northeast and New England experiencing heavy rain due to a cold front. Accuweather reported that on the 22nd heavy, gusty storms returned to the Northeast. A number of locations were to experience brief powerful wind gusts, blinding downpours, and travel delays. There were also concerns power outages and flash flooding. The severe weather affected cities such as Pittsburg, Buffalo, Philadelphia, New York City, Albany, and Burlington, Vt.

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