Sunday, May 15, 2016

June 1-5, 2016 Long-range Weather Forecast

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Planetary cycles involving Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune come to a head in June of this year. In this post, we'll look at the period of June 1-5. The combination of Saturn and Neptune is known to bring heavier than average precipitation. Jupiter and Neptune alignments also bring low pressure and abnormally wet weather, and Jupiter-Saturn configurations signify intense downfall. The Moon, on the 3rd and 4th of June is at perigee or its closest approach to Earth. This normally intensifies weather patterns.

A number of key charts places their influence over the eastern portion of the US from the Mississippi Valley through the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. The central and eastern Gulf of Mexico is emphasized as well.

Taken together, we can expect an outbreak of severe thunderstorms over this portion of the country. Tropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will most likely be imported up over the area fueling thunderstorms that potentially can trigger heavy downpours. Since the Atlantic hurricane season is now underway, it is plausible that an actual tropical system develops now.

Links to Other Long-range Weather Forecasts and Forecast Results

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