Thursday, June 21, 2007

Moisture on the Way?

Today the Weather Channel reported that (Bold is mine) An area of showers and thunderstorms has moved northwest from South America, and will bring some rainfall to Honduras today. While this is not associated with any area of low pressure, in time, the tropical moisture will surge north across eastern Mexico, and into the Gulf of Mexico. It is possible that by early next week, this tropical moisture will make it into some parts of the Southern United States.

In the above weather map you can see the circled area of low pressure over Central America. This is the tropical moisture that may eventually make its way up to the Southern United States. This may be an early sign of the fulfillment of the next Weather Alternative long-range forecast. That forecast was posted on April 2nd and stated:

June 24-27, 2007: The central to eastern Gulf Coast is in jeapordy now as tropical moisture is shunted northward over the region pushing into the Mississippi Valley and Deep South.

Click here for more long-range forecasts Hurricane Season 2007 and July 2007 Hurricane and Severe Weather Outlook

The Weather Alternative forecasts are based on planetary cycles.

Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion? (Job 38:31).

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