Tuesday, September 22, 2009

A Few More Forecasts for October 2009

Here are a few more long-range weather forecasts for October 2009. These forecasts are based on astrometeorology or planetary cycles.
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

Sept 29-Oct 1, 2009

Mercury turns direct on the 29th as it parallels Saturn. A cold front will come pushing out of Canada over the Great Lakes region heading southward over Michigan, Ohio towards the Southeast U.S. triggering storms on its way.

Oct 3-5, 2009
Stormy conditions are shown for the northern Plains.
A low pressure system, perhaps an Alberta Clipper, affects the Great Lakes area as it moves into the Northeast.
Another low pressure system or front affects the DelMarVa Peninsula.

Oct 10-12, 2009
A storm system pushes through the Plains. The low pressure system may track to the south affecting the area in and around eastern Texas and Oklahoma as it pushes into the Mississippi Valley and Southeast.

Oct 24-26, 2009
Moisture is drawn up over the Plains resulting in storms over the Dakotas and Nebraska.

More October forecasts can be found here:
Solar Eclipse Action October and November 2009
Solar Eclipse Action for August and September 2009

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