Saturday, August 03, 2013

July 30, 2013 Forecast Results and Hurricane Gil

The Uranus-Pluto square of May 20, 2013 was the subject of a long-range weather forecast I posted back in mid-June. The planetary alignment took place over the U.S. West Coast states. The forecast explained how Mars would reach the degree of the Uranus-Pluto square on July 30th. The resultant weather was to be violent in nature such as severe thunderstorms or whipping winds. Tropical development was also forecast for the area around 122 west longitude and 23 north latitude.


On July 29th, the National Weather Service reported that a low pressure system would approach the West Coast bringing dry conditions and periods of gusty winds. On the 30th, fire weather warnings were posted for the Pacific Northwest because of abundant lightning generated by the aforementioned upper level low pressure system. All this was very befitting of the violent weather nature associated with the planet Mars.

Hurricane Gil


On July 31st, Hurricane Gil was located at 121 west longitude and 14 north latitude. Gil was passing over the longitude mentioned in the forecast (122 west) but was passing much further south than I had forecast. Not my best call, but not too bad.

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