Wednesday, June 06, 2012

June 4-7, 2012 Forecast Results

On April 22nd, I posted a forecast for the New England area for the period between June 4-7. Taking into account planetary configurations between the Sun, Moon, Venus, Mars, Uranus, and Pluto, I spoke of these forming an "X marks the spot" just off the southern coast of Maine. The idea was that there would be an atmospheric disturbance over the area resulting in severe storms, and, in the worst case scenario, an early tropical system. Here's the astro-locality map I included with the forecast. New England Astro

Soaking rain began to crawl through the New England area as early as June 2nd, a couple of days earlier than I anticipated. Maine and New Hampshire were to get between 2 and 4 inches. This storm system was to linger across northern New England throughout the 4th and 5th keeping New England cool and unsettled through the week. Compare the above astro-locality map with the Accuweather map depicting the low pressure area on Monday, the 4th. 03 Maine

The planetary crossing in the astro-locality map accurately depicts the location of the actual low pressure area. Today is the 6th and the National Weather Service is saying that the low is now over the maritimes and will begin to move eastwards late Thursday (7th). All in all the planetary indications accurately described the resulting weather. This forecast was made 43 days beforehand.

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