Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Omar's Close Fulfillment

Hurricane Omar will be a very close fulfillment of The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for October 16-19, 2008. The forecast, posted on September 23rd, mentioned how Mars would square the August 1, 2008 solar eclipse degree and result in a semi-tropical to tropical low pressure system south of Puerto Rico threatening the island with heavy downpours and flash flooding.

Accuweather reports tonight that Hurricane Omar will produce very heavy rainfall over Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands through Wednesday (Oct 15th). This is very close to The Weather Alternative's time frame.

The National Weather Service places Omar northeast of Puerto Rico by the morning of the 16th still in close proximity to Puerto Rico. I'll post the results of the rest of this long-range forecast in a few days.

Solar Eclipse Activation Fall 2008 Part 1

August's Lunar Eclipse and November's Storm

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

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