Sunday, September 26, 2010

October 2010 Hurricane Outlook

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Accuweather meteorologists are warning of the potential development of a tropical
system at the end of this month in the Caribbean. Based on the planetary alignments during this period, I think that is what will happen.


The above map shows where one planetary model places a strong emphasis around the 30th of September. Accuweather meteorologists also state the possibility of this system affecting Florida and the East Coast. I would agree with them as other planetary indicators do highlight the East Coast area through October 3rd.

Another broad area that is accentuated around September 30th through October 3rd lies in and around 50 west longitude roughly between 15 and 23 north latitude.


This is roughly about 700 miles east of the Lesser Antilles. We may see some tropical development there.

A third area that stands out during this period falls in and around 104 west longitude and 19 north latitude.


The area encompasses the Mexican states of Michoacán, Guerrero, and Colima. We may see tropical development there or a severe weather pattern.

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