Thursday, June 30, 2011

Heat Alerts Fulfill Long-range Forecast

The long-range weather forecast for July 1-11, 2011 is beginning to shape up as excessive heat warnings are being issued for the central U.S. The Weather Channel map below shows where the heat alerts are for today.
30 heat alerts
The long-range forecast posted on June 18th talked about how the astrometeorological effect of Venus would begin being felt around July 1st. Venus' influence was described as increasing the moisture content of the atmosphere accompanied by a southerly air flow and increasing temperatures.

The mercury is starting to rise over the central U.S. with temperatures in some of these locations reaching between 100 to 110 degrees! Accuweather warns that the heat will continue for the next couple of days and be accompanied by high levels of humidity as well. As we progress into the forecast period, we'll look at how the rest of the forecast fared.

July 1-11 Long-range Weather Forecast

Hurricane Hot Spots for June 2011

Hurricane Season 2011 Baja, Mexico

Hurricane Risk-Management

Hurricane Season 2011 Predictions

Overview of UK Winter 2012-13

The Winters of 2011-14

Cyclone Yasi fulfills long-range prediction!

Tropical Storm Matthew Fulfills Long-range Forecast!

Hurricane Earl and T.D. 10E Fulfill Long-range Forecasts!

Tropical Storm Alex Fulfills Long-range Prediction!

Bonnie Fulfills Long-range Forecast!

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

Excerpts from Tidal Dynamics by Fergus J. Wood

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