Friday, October 07, 2011

Hurricane Irwin Fulfills Long-range Weather Forecast!

The National Weather Service reports today that Hurricane Irwin is located near 13.7 north latitude and 119.8 west longitude off the coast of Mexico. This fulfills the long-range weather forecast prepared in February of this year and published in the August edition of Dell Horoscope.
07 Hurricane Irwin

The forecast for October 4-7 stated that the Mercury-Saturn conjunction of October 6th would trigger the Solar Eclipse of July 11, 2010 resulting in the likelihood of a tropical system forming about 275 miles southwest of Cabo San Lucas on the tip of the Baja California. Hurricane Irwin will pass near these coordinates in the next few days.

The Dell forecast indicated that the system would approach the Baja with tropical storm or hurricane conditions.
07 Hurricane Irwin Wind
The above map from the National Weather Service shows that there is a chance that tropical storm force winds will affect the tip of the Baja Peninsula.
As stated above, this forecast was prepared in February of this year, or 8 months beforehand, based on the principles of astrometeorology. See the links below for 5 other tropical systems (Nate, Lee, Irene, Harvey, and Beatriz) predicted this year through this method.

Tropical Storm Nate Fulfills Long-range Weather Forecast!

Tropical Storm Lee Fulfills Long-range Weather Forecast

Hurricane Irene Closely Fulfills Long-range Forecast

New Weather Alternative Website

Tropical Storm Harvey Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!

Hurricane Beatriz Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!

Hurricane Risk-Management

Hurricane Season 2011 Predictions

Overview of UK Winter 2012-13

The Winters of 2011-14

Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010

Introduction to the Weather Alternative

How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made

Excerpts from Tidal Dynamics by Fergus J. Wood

Can you disprove a universal negative?

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