Friday, January 28, 2011

January 25-27, 2011 Forecast Results

In my post of December 29, 2010, I pinpointed the New England and Nova Scotia areas for storm activity due to astronomical cycles involving the Sun, Mercury, Saturn, and Pluto. In another post (Nov 14, 2010) I also forecast stormy conditions for the Great Lakes and Midwest. 26 Mid-Atlantic Northeast
The above Accuweather map for January 26th shows the storm impact over the Northeast and New England that resulted in travel disruptions and many flight cancellations.

The next map for the 27th shows the storms impact over eastern Canada.
27 Canada

Snow tallies exceeded a foot throughout the corridor from Philadelphia to New York City. Places across southern New England have joined this list with South Windsor, Conn. picking up 19 inches and Milford, Mass reporting 13.9 inches.

A fast moving system affected the Great Lakes as well on the 24th and 25th.

Here are some pictures of the snow left over the Northeast.



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