LONG RANGE WEATHER FORECAST – NEW ENGLAND AND THE NORTHEAST FALL 2014
REVIEW: The Summer forecast was accurate stating that nine weeks of better weather were expected. The summer was not as hot and humid as forecast with only occasional periods during the season – only a few complained…
A more typical fall is expected with lovely fall weather days and with November bringing in the more dismal clouds, rain and a bit of snow approaches to winter.
The early fall will be hot and dry with a pattern change to more chilly and blustery conditions. A storm near Nov. 13-17th could drop a bit of snow. Cold and snowy for the Thanksgiving holiday period but not a drastic early winter. It is a typical pattern for fall. Mostly mixed weeks with one stormy period.
AT-A-GLANCE WEATHER – WEEKLY – 7 to 8 day lunar periods
MIXED (precipitation and Sun)
Oct 1, 8 and 23, 30
Nov 6, 22, 27
Dec 14, 21
Sept 15, 24
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.
NO SUPERMOONS Fall 2014
September 15 – 23, 2014 Quarter Moon
Relax this week with fine weather ahead. Fair, dry and breezy – a good vacation week….
September 24 – 30, 2014 New Moon
A warm week riding up to hot and dry. The winds are strong this week usually giving a cooler effect.
October 1 – 8, 2014 Quarter Moon Perigee Oct. 6
The week ahead offers rain and chilly temps. Very breezy conditions and a few days warmth.
October 8 – 14, 2014 Full Moon Lunar Eclipse at 15 degrees Aries
A mixed period of rain, then typical fair and sunny dry days.
October 15 – 22, 2014 Quarter Moon
Cooling down to cold temps. Mostly dry with a chance of rain on the 17-18th.
October 23 – 29, 2014 New Moon Solar Eclipse at 0 degrees Scorpio
A mixed period with rain near the 25th, then fair fall days.
October 30 – November 5, 2014 Quarter Moon Perigee Nov. 3
Warm fronts passing by with humidity and showers. Fair fall days as well. Rain near the 1st.
November 6 – 13, 2014 Full Moon
The ingredients are present for fair weather, but moisture is along for the ride as well. . It will be dry for part of the week and showers feed in at the start and again near the 10th. Thunder and lightning could accompany the rain event along with strong winds.
November 14 – 21, 2014 Quarter Moon
November continues to be dismal, typical of the month. Naturally it is cooler but to offset this temperature is a violent combination which is usually very warm. The event may result in a blending of the energies that will produce fog, clashing fronts, rain, thunder and lightning may be involved in this mess. The end of the period will be fair and dry.
November 22 – 28, 2014 New Moon Perigee Nov. 27 and Thanksgiving
Calling for rain to start the period. Whe winds are involved and will linger. Many fronts are bringing turbulence and unsettled conditions for the rest of the week.
November 29 – December 5, 2014 Quarter Moon
More rain on the landscape. Warmer temps are on hand changing to very cold. A mixed collection of weather.
December 6 – 13, 2014 Full Moon
It is amazing to have continuous weather fronts pummeling New England. Another temperature variation for this week. The conditions are mostly dry. Low risk for moisture.
December 14 – 20, 2014 Quarter Moon
The warmth may stick around for a day. A wet storm may turn to snow with the cold temps approaching.
December 21 – 26, 2014 New Moon Perigee Dec. 24
The models are calling for a pleasant week ahead changing to cold and snowy.
LOCAL WINDS SUMMARY FOR NEW ENGLAND
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.
Sept 2 – 27th – Variable winds with normal breezes. windy near the 24th,.
Sept 27 – Oct 3 – Average winds
Oct 4 – 24th – Breezy.
Oct 25 – Nov 8th – average to windy conditions
Nov 9 – 27th – mild winds until Nov 24-25, dire.
Nov 27 – Dec 16 – breezy to windy
Dec 16 – Jan 6, 2015 – breezy to windy
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 at the halfway mark in the 10 year forecast written in 2008 and no other forecaster can match that record.
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MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons–No supermoons for Fall 2014
*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/
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Carolyn Egan – Forecast developed September 21, 2014. All rights reserved.