Friday, April 15, 2011

April 9-11, 2011 Forecast Results

The long-range forecast for April 9-11, 2011 was posted about a week beforehand on April 2nd. The forecast called for thunderstorms and severe weather over the New England area due to Pluto's retrograde station, Mars' square to Pluto and the Sun's conjunction to Mercury.
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The American Meteorological Society's Data Stream Atmosphere website reported the following for April 11th:

UNSETTLED WEATHER ACROSS THE NORTHEAST -- Two waves of precipitation moved across the Northeast on Monday. Early in the day, an area of rainshowers and thunderstorms traveled across sections of Upstate New York and New England. Early morning thunderstorms across New England produced quarter size hail along the Connecticut Valley in New Hampshire and in southern Maine. This precipitation was out ahead of a warm front that moved across the region. The warm front accompanied a storm that had moved into eastern Canada. This storm was responsible for Sunday's severe weather across sections of the upper Midwest.

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