Friday, December 05, 2014

December 2014 Weather Predictions

This month there are a number of solar eclipses that will be spurred to action by transiting planets. When this happens there is a weather reaction over the areas that had the Sun and Moon in key positions at the time of the eclipse. Some of these weather reactions will be more important than others depending on other factors at work at the time of the eclipse or at the time the eclipse is triggered. Here are a few of the next triggers.

By the way, Super Typhoon Hagupit, that as we speak is threatening the Philippines, can be traced back to both the previous lunar and solar eclipses of last October. The weather patterns I'll be mentioning here, however, will not bring such severe weather.

December 16, 2014
The solar eclipse of April 29, 2014, is triggered by Mars. So, in the few days following the 16th, the area shown in the astro-locality map below should experience some stormy conditions. This is basically the eastern Plains.

December 19, 2014
Just a few days afterward, Mars will activate the solar eclipse of November 3, 2013. As can be appreciated from the map below, the same area of the country is affected. but due to other planetary alignments at this time, there's more to talk about.

From the 19th and into the next few days, besides expecting storms over the eastern Plains area, we can also expect severe weather to develop over the Front Range area farther (thanks, Gary) west where the Rockies meets the Plains. Other indicators point to the area in and around the Texas Panhandle. Even farther east, over the Georgia/Alabama/Tennessee area there are indications of severe weather developing at this time. And based on the same eclipse, there are indications of a front or low pressure system pushing into the Pacific Northwest and northern California and this time bringing precipitation.

December 29, 2014
At this time, two eclipses are triggered: the May 2013 solar eclipse by Mars, and the November 2012 eclipse by Jupiter. The first one affects the area from the Deep South into the East Central States and eastern Great Lakes, while the other one affects the eastern Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast. At this time and in the days following, we can expect a front or low pressure area to develop over the eastern portions of the country and push over the Great Lakes as it transits from there through the Northeast. Due to other factors, the Rockies should see an invasion of cold air now which may trigger precipitation.

Links to Other Long-range Weather Forecasts and Forecast Results

Tropical Cyclone Hadi
Hurricane Erick Fulfills Long-range Forecast
Tropical Storm Andrea Fulfills Long-range Forecast!
Timing the Relief for Drought-Stricken U.S. Plains
Testing Astrometeorology Part 2
Hurricane Sandy Fulfills Long-range Weather Prediction!
Testing Astrometeorology Part 1
Hurricane Season 2011 Forecast Results
Hurricane Risk-Management
New Weather Alternative Website
The Winters of 2011-14
Fulfilled Long-range Forecasts for Hurricane Season 2010
Introduction to the Weather Alternative

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