REVIEW: The Fall 2014 forecast was accurate stating that a typical autumn was expected in New England. Many weeks of mixed conditions happened with a good amount of warmth. There was no early winter to be had, as predicted.
WINTER in NEW ENGLAND
Early winter will be warm with a change over to rain/snow and a variety of weather events so typical in New England. A definite variety of weather patterns. I did not find extreme freezing or harsh snow storms. There are several rain/snow events which also shows the lack of extreme temperatures. Follow the weekly summaries to see what the weekly will bring.
AT-A-GLANCE WEATHER – WEEKLY – 7 to 8 day lunar periods
STORMY WEEKS – Jan 4, Jan 13, Jan 26, Feb 3rd, Feb 25th
MIXED (precipitation and Sun) – Dec 21, Dec 28th, Mar 5th, Mar 13th
BETTER WEEKS – Jan 20th, Feb 11th, Feb 18th
WEEKLY SUMMARIES – The following forecasts contain weekly summaries describing the general weather for each 7-8 day lunar period. Not all weather events are described.
THREE SUPERMOONS Winter 2014-15
December 21 – 26, 2014 New Moon *Perigee **SuperMoon Dec. 24
The models are calling for a pleasant week ahead changing to cold and snowy.
December 28 – January 3, 2015 Quarter Moon
Unusually warm changing to colder temps, turbulence to stormy to the end of the period. Windy.
January 4 – 12, 2015 Full Moon
Severe weather fronts, both warm and cold, collide brining rain and snow in higher elevations. Very windy near January 5th; stormy. Clouds, then fair weather for the rest of the period.
January 13 – 19, 2015 Quarter Moon
Two storms this week. One, very cold from the north and one, near the end of this period, is warmer from the south. Very windy near the 14-16th.
January 20 – 25, 2015 New Moon *Perigee **SuperMoon January 20, 2015
Cold and mostly dry. A lighter more dry snow the 20-21st.
January 26 – February 2, 2015 Quarter Moon
Sunshine and very cold temps are available for a while. Storm clouds intrude near Jan 27th with winds as well. Again, stormy conditions Feb 1-2nd with mostly snow.
February 3 – 10, 2015 Full Moon
Snowy and cold mid period, Feb 6-8th. Lingering clouds.
February 11 – 17, 2015 Quarter Moon
The winds are strong this week. It will be very cold to freezing and mostly dry.
February 18 – 24, 2015 New Moon *Perigee **SuperMoon Feb 19, 2015
Cold and mostly dry. Fair and sunny winter days. Many threats from approaching fronts. Rhode Island and perhaps much of New England will escape the threat but be on the lookout for a rain/snow period Feb 22-24th.
February 25 – March 4, 2015 Quarter Moon
The models indicate a wet period; very wet. It is cold enough to snow but the border of rain/snow is very nebulous. Winds are strong near the 25th. Winds near March 1st and clouds/rain/snow (large amounts) prevail from March 1-4th.
March 5 – 12, 2015 Full Moon
More moisture is headed our way. It is the rain/snow pattern along with intensity. We are into the windy month of March. Look for winds and a possible T-storm March 10-12th.
March 13 – 19, 2015 Quarter Moon
The week may open with a squall or local shower. Strong gusts March 14-15. After a cool start, a nice warming will feed in. Looking forward to spring March 20, 2015, a solar eclipse.
LOCAL WINDS SUMMARY FOR NEW ENGLAND Winter 2014-15
The model for gauging wind velocity is calculated independent of the temperature and moisture models. The partial information becomes substantial when combined with temperature and moisture – no other system can offer this information.
Note: tempest = extreme.
Dec 16 – Jan 3 – Strong winds weekly during this period,.
Jan 4 – 20 – Average winds
Jan 21 – Feb 10 – Variable winds, mostly averge to mild velocities.
Feb 11 – Mar 11 – average to windy conditions; stronger winds Feb 25th.
Mar 12 – 29 – Nebulous winds, lighter to stronger during this time.
Forecasting weather is developed here using a system designed hundreds of years ago using the natural forces in our solar system including the earth and the Moon. The current astronomers and scientists were the first astrologers and now scoff at their roots. With a bit of effort, they could learn our system to be able to include long range forecasting in their repetoire.
The long range forecasting tradition is carried on today where we are able to forecast weather for the next year or beyond. Our work is derived from the position of the planets in relation to a particular location on the date of the seasonal change. Weekly details are formed by using the models of the new, full and quarter Moons.
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Currently, the ongoing forecast of extreme weather is near the end of the 10 year forecast written in 2008 and no other forecaster can match that record. The gradual tapering off of so many extremes begins 2015 through 2017.
With that, it is safe to say that extreme weather will continue and the general public should be prepared and pay attention to the dangers within one’s environment. Wouldn’t you like to forecast weather? Take the course. http://weathersage.com/about/weather-course/ The teaching CDs are now at a close out sale. The last date to purchase them at half-price is December 26, 2014. Purchase here: http://alabe.com/
Carolyn Egan Astrometeorologist December 18, 2014
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MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons– Three supermoons for Winter 2014 – 15
*Perigee periods, as noted in the forecasts, occur when the Moon is closest to Earth every month. The trend for weather is toward intensification with the stronger gravitational pull of the Moon on Earth at this time. The tides will be higher and lower than normal near the exact date, plus there will be an increase in the wind activity. When the Moon is at perigee and at the same time it is also a new or full Moon, it is called a ‘SuperMoon’.
A syzygy is a situation where three celestial bodies are positioned along a straight line. The term is also applied to each instance of New Moon or Full Moon when Sun and Moon are in conjunction or opposition, even though they are not precisely on one line with the Earth.
**SuperMoon is a term coined by Richard Nolle, Astrologer. He defines the SuperMoon as a perigee-syzygy; namely a new or full moon which occurs at or near (within 90% of) perigee. Check his website for the complete list of SuperMoon dates. http://www.astropro.com/features/
Meteorology, even with the aid of weather satellites, computers and modern high-speed communication facilities, never will succeed in dealing intelligently with anomalies of weather beyond the actual time and progress of the phenomena. George J. McCormack, Astrometeorologist 1965, Fairlawn, NJ
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