Tuesday, May 29, 2007

May 27-29, 2007 Forecast Results

The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for
May 27-29, 2007 was posted on April 19th. The forecast stated:

A storm system forming over the Mississippi Valley will intensify over the Northeast. One possible scenario calls for a strong surface low to crank up over the area ushering in gusty winds and rain as the system moves over the Northeast towards New England and Nova Scotia.

The above weather map, courtesy of Accuweather, shows their forecast for May 27th with strong storms over the Northeast. Following is their report. (Bold is mine)

Strong Storms Shift East Updated: Saturday, May 26, 2007 Accuweather
1:54 PM
Thunderstorms this week have been focused upon the
nation's midsection, but Sunday (27th) will see an eastward
in the thunderstorm breeding ground. Low pressure
tracking east of the northern Great Lakes will tap
warmth and moisture flowing northeastwards to spark an
outbreak of thunderstorms from western and northern Ohio
eastward to northern Pennsylvania, much of New York and
westernmost New England. There will be strong, gusty,
drenching storms
in and near this corridor. What is
more, a few severe thunderstorms having high winds and
hail may erupt, mostly in the afternoon and into the

On another note, check out Lynn Hayes' blog Astrodynamics for some excellent insights.

Interesting quote:

One of the greatest diseases of the modern age is alienation, the feeling that life is meaningless and that we have no connection with anyone or anything else.
Rob Hand

So true! On the positive side, from my experience, God is the only One Who can give meaning to the Universe, purpose to the planets, love to your heart, peace to your mind, health to your body, rest to your spirit, and happiness to your life!

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