New England Long Range Weather Forecast for Winter 2014-15

WINTER 2014-15
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.

THE SYSTEM
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.

My report delivers national trends and a free weekly observation of the weather for the northeast. The client list for an accurate future one day forecast is long and with 100% accuracy. The ‘Nemo’ bride for the Feburary 9, 2013 blizzard is one example. Check out the link: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_22556438/massachusetts-bride-nice-day-white-wedding The blizzard was included in my New England winter report. The bride’s report was ordered in September 2012.

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

DROUGHT MONITOR – Curious about any droughts across the nation?
Take a fast check of the drought monitor here http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons– Three supermoons for Winter 2014 – 15
TERMINOLOGY
*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

More weather for winter 2014-15 can be found at the website http://www.weathersage.com

ASTROMETEOROLOGISTS
Please welcome and visit the long range forecasters who are delighted to bring you free long range reports for various states in the USA. Are you interested in doing something about the weather? Take the weather course! Click here to see what the weather course has to offer. http://weathersage.com/about/weather-course/
Our list of astrometeorologists can prepare weather reports for your area; simply contact them to discuss your needs. Naturally they would expect payment.
General Regional Long Range Forecasts
Ken Paone
www.theweatheralternative.blogspot.com

Pennsylvania
Florida
Washington DC
Cleveland, OH
Sue Miller

http://www.weatherbytheseason.com

USA Highlights
Kris Brandt Riske
http://www.llewellyn.com/product.php?pn=J720
Weather predictions are included in the 2014 Moon Sign Book. Kris includes seasonal forecasts in the American Federation of Astrologers newsletters
New Zealand
Ken Ring
www.predictweather.com
Our foremost forecaster down under in New Zealand. Ken offers daily weather almanacs for New Zealand, Australia and Ireland. You will often see him on national television shows, invited as one of the official weather forecasters
United Kingdom
Tricia from UK at: amazingweather.wordpress.comaodpress.com
Weather reports are for the location of West Yorkshire specifically and covering the UK generally.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, Astrometeorology is defined as the investigation of the relation between the sun, moon, and planets, and the weather. An Astrometeorologist is one who studies and forecasts the weather using Astrometeorology.

Recommended – http://www.fallonastro.com/
Astrid Fallon creates the most beautiful and informational work on declination, a planet measurement system. Her Rainbow Ephemeris will please and teach more of the relationship between declination measurement system and classic longitudes. A unique tool to understand the annual planetary phenomena.

ADDITIONAL NOTES
Doing something about the weather is possible if you know the forecast months or a year/s in advance. Many corporations pay dearly for the long range information that is available from the company started by Dr. Irving Krick. See where his company has gravitated http://www.planalytics.com/app/corp/start.jsp and click here to read the free ebook about Dr. Krick http://weathersage.com/about/reading-list/

WINTER 2014-15 NATIONAL TRENDS – ACROSS THE USA WITH SOLAR MAPPING

NATIONAL TRENDS for Winter 2014-15
The text for this post was published July 22, 2014. The solar map itself has been added along with the planet influences.

SOLAR MAP FOR THE USA* – WINTER 2014-15
Click on the map to view larger and to print.

SolarMap for Winter 2014-15

SolarMap for Winter 2014-15

Southern California has the upsetting planetary alignment that will produce shaking and difficult seasonal weather. There will be significant weather events both wet and dry which can develop into a disaster. Note the Mars (red line) and Saturn (brown line) crossing in southern California. However, Jupiter (blue line) brings more pleasant weather across the Rockies.

The southern Four Corners,  Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico.will also be dry, along with very pleasant weather.  Jupiter (blue line) brings fair, dry and breezy conditions and often brings in pleasant high pressure.

In the northwest USA, there is a very strong influence of dry conditions that can be as severe as California and Oregon.  Their normal moisture systems will be fewer than average. Note the Mars (red line) streaming through the region.

The middle of the country will be cold and dry early on but with ‘out of  season’ tornadoes.   Later, a pattern change to the more variable and moisture laden storms that will cover the midwest. The midwest displays 4 planet lines from the Moon (black line) which is wet and breezy, to Neptune (aqua line) which enhances moisture from rain, snow to flooding, to the Sun (blue line) which is hot and dry and includes Mercury (purple line). That is the variable conditions that are prominent for the midwest for winter.

Florida and the southern states in general will begin with windy conditions, dry and seasonal temperatures. The moisture, however, will flow as the season develops. Mercury (purple line) is major for the windy conditions. Tornadoes are possible or very windy squalls/storms. Again, conditions are variable for the season.

The northeast starts winter with milder and variable conditions from warmth to rain and snow in the first week. There are many pointers to more dry conditions for the season. The details can be found in the New England Long Range Weather Forecast – 13 weeks of weekly summaries.

*excluding the north and south poles and surrounding regions.

Carolyn Egan, Weathersage.  July 22, 2014, enhanced posting December 18, 2014

NEW ENGLAND AND THE NORTHEAST FALL 2014

FALL in NEW ENGLAND
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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
STORMY WEEKS
Nov 14

MIXED (precipitation and Sun)
Oct 1, 8 and 23, 30
Nov 6, 22, 27
Dec 14, 21

BETTER WEEKS
Sept 15, 24
Oct 15
Dec 6

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

THE SYSTEM
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.
My report delivers national trends and a free weekly observation of the weather for the northeast. The client list for an accurate future one day forecast is long and with 100% accuracy. The ‘Nemo’ bride for the Feburary 9, 2013 blizzard is one example. Check out the link: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_22556438/massachusetts-bride-nice-day-white-wedding The blizzard was included in my New England winter report. The bride’s report was ordered in September 2012.
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.
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/
Carolyn Egan Astrometeorologist

DROUGHT MONITOR – Curious about any droughts across the nation?
Take a fast check of the drought monitor here http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons–No supermoons for Fall 2014
TERMINOLOGY
*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/

ASTROMETEOROLOGISTS
Please welcome and visit the long range forecasters who are delighted to bring you free long range reports for various states in the USA. Are you interested in doing something about the weather? Take the weather course! Click here to see what the weather course has to offer. http://weathersage.com/about/weather-course/
Our list of astrometeorologists can prepare weather reports for your area; simply contact them to discuss your needs. Naturally they would expect payment.
General Regional Long Range Forecasts
Ken Paone
www.theweatheralternative.blogspot.com

Pennsylvania
Florida
Washington DC
Cleveland, OH
Sue Miller

http://www.weatherbytheseason.com

USA Highlights
Kris Brandt Riske

http://www.llewellyn.com/product.php?pn=J720

Weather predictions are included in the 2014 Moon Sign Book. Kris includes seasonal forecasts in the American Federation of Astrologers newsletters
New Zealand
Ken Ring
www.predictweather.com
Our foremost forecaster down under in New Zealand. Ken offers daily weather almanacs for New Zealand, Australia and Ireland. You will often see him on national television shows, invited as one of the official weather forecasters
United Kingdom
Tricia from UK four at: amazingweather.wordpress.comaodpress.com
Weather reports are for the location of West Yorkshire specifically and covering the UK generally.
According to Webster’s Dictionary, Astrometeorology is defined as the investigation of the relation between the sun, moon, and planets, and the weather. An Astrometeorologist is one who studies and forecasts the weather using Astrometeorology.

Recommended – http://www.fallonastro.com/
Astrid Fallon creates the most beautiful and informational work on declination, a planet measurement system. Her Rainbow Ephemeris will please and teach more of the relationship between declination measurement system and classic longitudes. A unique tool to understand the annual planetary phenomena.

ADDITIONAL NOTES
Doing something about the weather is possible if you know the forecast months or a year/s in advance. Many corporations pay dearly for the long range information that is available from the company started by Dr. Irving Krick. See where his company has gravitated http://www.planalytics.com/app/corp/start.jsp and click here to read the free ebook about Dr. Krick http://weathersage.com/about/reading-list/

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
Carolyn Egan – Forecast developed September 21, 2014. All rights reserved.

FALL 2014 NATIONAL TRENDS – ACROSS THE USA WITH SOLAR MAPPING

Solar Map for Fall 2014
Be sure to click the map to view/print.

Long Range Weather Report – National Trends for Fall 2014

Click link for details about the map.

http://weathersage.com/about/2014/02/27/what-is-a-solarmap-and-how-is-it-used/

Posting by Carolyn Egan, Astrometeorologist

Does the weather continue to be extreme? In certain areas, yes. The west has a number of violent and extreme planet combinations that will bring strong winds. Hopefully rainfall will augment enough of the dry conditions in the southwest to alleviate forest fires. Follow the article and see what the trends will bring to the different regions around the USA. Remember, the weather course teaches that the ingress (Sun into a cardinal sign Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn) chart, the 4th cusp holds the information for about half of the long range forecast. The weekly charts and report which I produce for New England provide marvelous detail.

Beginning in the west, note that the Pacific Ocean has Venus (green line) and the Sun (blue line) which is usually favorable for fair weather and would indicate a warm season in this part of the Pacific Ocean. In southern California, despite a bit of rain, extremes of dry weather continue and will be more acute.

In the Pacific Northwest, see Uranus (orange line) crossing with Mercury (purple line) with a touch of Pluto (black line). On the model (chart), Uranus is conjunct the ascendant in Seattle, insuring an over the top wind storm during the season. In general, the 4th house cusp for the entire west coast has the sign Cancer on it indicating a variety of weather for the season. The Moon rules the sign Cancer and she moves along at a fast rate delivering the various weather fronts. The dry climate in southern California does hold true with more dry conditions there, location and that climate is always considered.

At the Rocky Mountains, the weather will be more on the wet side with adequate to substantial rain/snow.

In the middle of the country, the model is for a very wet start to the season. Flooding is expected from some of the systems. Overall, the season should be warmer than normal.

The Great Lakes region has the sign Leo on the 4th house cusp. The keywords for Leo are hot and dry and holds true for much of the season. With the sign Gemini on the ascendant, the winds will be important bringing at least two extremely windy events.

In the south, along the Gulf Coast, the nasty and dismal planet Saturn (brown line) sits over Louisiana. Severe weather is expected; the hurricane season still has months to go. The seasonal indications for the south are hot, dry and windy.

In Florida, the summer hurricane season was weak and fulfills my long range forecast. For fall, with a strong Mars (red line) and Jupiter (blue line), both dry planets, crossing in the region, aggressive and strong winds will prevail. The peak of hurricane season is mid September, then should ease off. Follow the report here http://weathersage.com/about/2014/06/22/hurricane-season-2014/

The New England weather forecast is found in a more detailed separate report with weekly summaries and wind velocity information. Overall, a more typical fall is expected.

Carolyn Egan, Astrometeorologist September 18, 2014

WINTER 2015-2016, New England regional long range forecast and national trends

WINTER! 2015-16 Three month summary for N. England and National Trends,
LONG RANGE WINTER FORECAST 2015 – 2016 – 2 years in advance.

New England and National Trends by Weathersage, Carolyn Egan posted August 21, 2014

The study of long range weather forecasting allows the astrometeorologist to analyze their models* for anytime, anywhere **. Novice to advanced astrologers can learn weather forecasting by following clear instruction from two basic CDs. Read about them on this website:   http://weathersage.com/about/weather-course/ Please follow the actual chart for Winter in New England.
winter2015

The 4th house cusp provides a generous percentage of the seasonal forecast. The ‘ingress’ of the Sun into the sign Capricorn defines typical winter condition – cold, dry and dismal. How the house and planets from this area of the chart are connected modifies the typical forecast. The weekly summaries, to be provided nearer the 2015 season will give more detail.

Continuing, a very strong placement of the Sun, right at the 4th house cusp, gives warmth and sunshine for early winter. Sushine could prevail with this powerful placement as the Sun, visually, will travel to the 4th house cusp and spend more than a month in the 4th house, the local area. The Sun in square to the the 1st house cusp is an indication of difficulties such as too much warmth, clouds to shadow the Sun or a dry winter season which is more likely.

Aspects to the 4th house planets, Pluto and Mercury which are indicators of intense winds, include a harsh aspect to Uranus. A negative link to Uranus can often show up as a record setting condition. Cold and blustery winds are favored. In fact, Mercury will retrograde back to the degree of Pluto and station there for several days during the last week of January 2016.

Another great percentage of the forecast is how the 1st house cusp and planets would indicate weather conditions for the local area. Libra is on the cusp which is an airy, breezy and mild indicator of weather. The ruling planet, Venus, is in stormy Scorpio in a mild aspect to both Mercury and Jupiter. Basically, the combination suggests the many fronts that gather but don’t often produce very much weather. Mars is located at the end of the 1st house and that should bring on warmth and more dry conditions. Overall is is a dry chart for the winter. This means that although rainfall is present at times, it will be less than average.

SUMMARY for NEW ENGLAND
The winter season has numerous fair and pleasant days during the three month season. The chart is very dry and mild. The Christmas holiday will be warm and mostly dry.

NATIONAL TRENDS for Winter
In the northwest USA, moisture is very much present and abundant. Early warmth for winter is welcome but the storms that will pass through will not be appreciated.

Southern California will have typical rainfall early in winter then it is back to very dry conditions.

Over the Rockies, strong influences will produce early snowstorms.

The middle of the country will be cold and dry along with plenty of wind. The winds do have intensity at times bringing out of season tornados.   Later, a pattern change to the warmer conditions and bright sunshine.

Florida and the southern states in general have a beneficial influence for winter. It will be windy and dry; seasonal temperatures. The winds will become stronger when spring is near.

The same beneficial influence for Florida actually passes through the Great Lakes region. Their typical winter weather is usually moisture filled and cold. The early winter is more dry and fair but winter returns mid-season and blustery conditions with plenty of wind will hold court at the end of the season.

* seasonal ingress chart (horoscope).
**excluding the north and south poles and surrounding regions.

WINTER! 2014-15 Three month summary for N. England and National Trends

LONG RANGE WINTER FORECAST 2014-2015

New England and National Trends by Weathersage

The study of long range weather forecasting allows the astrometeorologist to analyze their models* for anytime, anywhere **.  Novice to advanced astrologers can learn weather forecasting by following clear instruction from two basic CDs. Read about them on this website:   http://weathersage.com/about/weather-course/

Please follow the actual chart for Winter in New England.  Be sure to click to enlarge and print.

 

winter brief 2014

Libra on the 4th cusp – Cool, moderate temperatures, airy breezes, favors dry; pleasant.

Libra ruling planet is Venus – Brings moisture. The amounts vary with major aspects to dry planets. With aspects from Venus to Neptune, moisture comes up from the south; rain, including tropical downfall (heavy rain).

Aspects to the 4th house cusp of 5 degrees Libra are the Sun and Mercury at early degrees of Capricorn. A combination of Sun (warm), Mercury (cold) in hard (square aspect) to the 4th house cusp indicates turbulence over the course of the winter.

Another connection to Neptune at 5 degrees of Pisces is in aspect to the 4th house cusp and can deliver an open gate of moisture.  Additional detail is found in the weekly charts, not yet analyzed.

SUMMARY for NEW ENGLAND

The winter season has numerous fair and pleasant days during the three month season. The advancing fronts spotted in the center of the country will transit our locale many times and will be detailed in the weekly summaries. The Christmas holiday will be seasonal to warm temperatures and dry.

NATIONAL TRENDS for Winter

Southern California has the upsetting plantary alignment that will produce shaking and difficult seasonal weather. It will be very dry.

The southern Four Corners,  Arizona, Colorado, Utah and New Mexico.will also be dry, along with very pleasant weather.  Jupiter (fair,  dry and breezy) often brings in pleasant high pressure.

In the northwest USA, there is a very strong influence of dry conditions that can be as severe as California and Oregon.  Their normal moisture systems will be fewer than average.

The middle of the country will be cold and dry early on but with ‘out of  season’ tornadoes.   Later, a pattern change to the more moisture laden storms that will  travel eastward.

Florida and the southern states in general will begin with windy conditions, dry and seasonal temperatures. The moisture, however, will flow as the season develops.

* seasonal ingress chart (horoscope)

**excluding the north and south poles and surrounding regions.

Carolyn Egan, Weathersage.  July 22, 2014

HURRICANE SEASON 2014

HURRICANE SEASON 2014

The hurricane season forecast for summer 2014 is based on the located chart for Miami, Florida and the lunar phases from June 21 to November 30th. The entire season is six months long and each week will be observed and relevant comments for Florida follow when found. SolarMapping provides another view of the hurricane season. Potential storms and hotspots for convection and will be listed when each week is viewed. Some weeks or phases will have minimal activity. Comments for other locations are included when found.

This report is a summary of observations made from seasonal indications and weekly observations.

Florida summer weather

Florida summer weather

The summer season chart above has Virgo on the 4th cusp which calls for a cooler, more windy period. The ruling planet of Virgo, Mercury,wind is in the windy sign of Gemini, adding more power to the punch. The first house cusp is Cancer with a variable Moon as ruler. Hence, we must follow the Moon that usually trigger events. The Sun is right on the first house cusp which will add the heat to the season, and alternates with the cool indication by the Virgo 4th house cusp. With both cool and hot combinations on the main weather houses, there will be many fronts that will threaten when they meet. The Sun is widely square to both Uranus and Pluto, increasing the high pressure and humidity as summer moves along in July. Tropical systems will brew in the Gulf waters and threaten the Florida coasts from time to time. Tropical systems will form east of the Antilles during this period. Most of the forecast analysis is very typical for the season but the weekly lunations give more detail.

LUNAR PERIODS WITH ACTIVITY – Each week covers a 7 to 8 day lunar period for Florida with comments for other locations for storm activity.,

June 19, 2014 Quarter Moon - It will be hot and humid in Florida with a flareup of tropical influences. Possible storm. The Caribbean and southern Mexico are targets for convection or flareup
June 27, 2014 New Moon – On the Baha, MX coast, a combination of weather influences are ripe for hurricane threat and development.
July 18, 2014 Quarter Moon – Heavy rain to flooding with stronger winds for Florida
July 26, 2014 New Moon.- Extreme heat; severe thunderstorms; very stormy. South of the Islands. a tempest of winds blows up.
Aug 3, 2014 Quarter Moon – The winds pick up and there is tropical influence but a hurricane is unlikely.
Aug 10, 2014 Full Moon – Four weather influences are in the Gulf this period. Low pressure and strong winds along with the warm and cold air will pump up to hurricane force.
Aug 17, 2014 Quarter Moon – A fine weather week. Damp winds will filter in. S. Mexico, Pacific will see a low pressure event.
Aug 25, 2014 New Moon – The weather is more intense with extremely strong winds. There is a threat of a tropical storm.
Sept 2, 2014 Quarter Moon – Rain is a big factor this period. Tropical influences enhance the downfall or provide much more humidity. S. Mexico, Pacific will see a low pressure event.
Sept 8, 2014 Full Moon – Tis the peak season. Tropical activity builds with several hurricane ingredients nearby. Venus opposite Neptune is very tropical moisture and Mercury will aspect Uranus and Pluto for severe winds. Strong potential to deveop for Florida and the pacific Mexico as well.
Sept 15, 2014 Quarter Moon – S. Mexico Pacific favors a tempest of wind with moisture as well. These are hurricane ingredients.

FALL 2014 HURRICANE SEASON
Fl Libra 2014

Fall season in Florida is at peak hurricane development. The chart is weak for storms. Leo on the 4th cusp is warm to hot overall and Jupiter is close by that is a strong indication for pleasant weather. The 1st house cusp is Gemini which is cooler but windy. The combination of the signs Leo and Gemini usually brings fair dry weather. Comments will follow for other locations. SolarMapping gives the bigger picture.

Sept 24, 2014 New Moon Very strong winds this period. Low pressure brings a storm.
Oct 8, 2014 Full Moon Strong potential for extreme rain in Florida and Mexico
Oct 15, 2014 Quarter Continued extreme rain western MX
Oct 23, 2014 New Moon Plenty of rain with violent thunderstorms
October 30, 2014 Quarter Continued heavy rain and humidity, strong storm potential.
Nov 6, 3014 Full Moon More rain, warm, humid
Nov 14, 2014 Quarter Moon Turbulent conditions. A late season squall is possible.
Nov 22, 2014 New Moon Very windy up to gale force strength.

All weather events are not described. The article is based on an overview of SolarMapping and charts.
Carolyn Egan, June 19, 2014

LONG RANGE WEATHER FORECAST for SUMMER OF 2014 NEW ENGLAND AND THE NORTHEAST

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REVIEW: The Spring Forecast for New England was accurate. I wrote “anticipates the greening and warming but winter hangs on a while. Know that the fair weather days will be warmer….slowly….warmer. With that, we are cautioned to leave out a scarf and mittens for early spring.”

SUMMER IN NEW ENGLAND
Chilly days through the spring has many anticipating any kind of warmth. However, be careful for what you wish! Hot and humid arrives for a dominant theme throughout the summer. The weekly descriptions will give you more detail. The quick look tells you that some weeks are better than others. A better week has that title because there should be at least 3-4 days of good weather during the period. If you love the beach and hot weather, this will be a great summer. Otherwise, keeping cool will be the norm.

Summer weather is hot, hot! June 23rd brings the Moon closest to earth for the calendar year. Expect more and stronger earthquakes around the globe.

AT-A-GLANCE WEATHER – WEEKLY – 7 to 8 day lunar periods
STORMY WEEKS – July 26th
MIXED (precipitation and Sun) June 13, Aug 3, 25th, Sept. 8th
BETTER WEEKS – June 19, 27th. July 5, 12 (hhh) and 18th, Aug 10, 17th. Sept 2 (windy, 15, 24th

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.

June 19 – 26, 2014 Quarter Moon
Jump right into summertime weather. Record setting heat is in the forecast to the south and west of us. The bit of cold air trying to sneak in to spoil the party is ready to take over but a truly beneficial air mass called high pressure will be stronger to assure us that summer has arrived.

June 27 – July 4, 2014 New Moon Bristol, RI Parade Friday, July 4
A good week for hot, breezy weather. Humidity will seep in for great beach weather. The occasional thunder clouds will build with the heat and one may dump quite a bit of flooding rain near the 29th. 4th of July parade watchers will need hats or some kind of shade. Celebrate!

July 5 – 11, 2014 Quarter Moon
Increasing heat and humidity can be good for a beach vacation week. Thunderstorms build and break around the region. Could this week bring a record breaker? Seems we’ve had many extreme heat periods during early July.

July 12 – 17, 2014 Full Moon SuperMoon Perigee July 12
More of the same – hot and humid, uncomfortable days. Head to the shore for relief! Electric thunderstorms dot the region, breaking the heat, blending into the next period.

July 18 – 25, 2014 Quarter Moon
A needed break from the heat. Cooler, breezy but with lingering humidity. Stronger winds creating a squall or storm 22-24th mixed with tropical moisture. (tropical indicates systems from the south).

July 26 – August 2, 2014 New Moon
Humidity is high as the tropical moisture is extreme; unsettled and squallish weather conditions for the period. All the ingredients for a hurricane could come together here or simply be traveling up from our southern coasts. Nasty weather for Florida up to the Carolinas and traveling through New England and the northeast. Flooding rain is possible for New England.

August 3 – 9, 2014 Quarter Moon
A mixed period. There will be a shower/thunderstorm most likely early in the period. The conditions however are more dry this week; perhaps a bit cooler.

August 10 – 16, 2014 Full Moon SuperMoon Perigee Aug 10
Sticky, icky again,. Systems are dogging each other and the atmosphere is unstable. A good vacation week at the beach with very nice summer weather.

August 17 – 24, 2014 Quarter Moon
Better summer weather continues with dry conditions and damp, trilly breezes.

August 25 – September 1, 2014 New Moon Labor Day Weekend
Not a good vacation week, but with some schools opening some won’t be missing the good weather. It will be cooler and more dreary week with rain or yucky tropical conditions for the holiday.

September 2 – 7, 2014 Quarter Moon
This mixed week opens with strong winds. A call for a variety of temperatures this period as a good deal of high pressure is available for the pleasant and breezy early fall here in New England.

September 8 – 14, 2014 Full Moon SuperMoon Perigee Sept 9
You will notice the winds this period. They are strong and intense. Be aware that there are many fine summer days with good heat as well plus expect a period of heavy rain. It’s a tricky week to forecast. It is one of those ‘wait a minute for the weather to change kind of week’!

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.

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.

June 7 – 30 – Lovely breezes. Turbulence near June 13-14th.
July 1 – 12 – Average summer breezes.
July 13 – 30 – Breezy until July 21st when the velocity picks up for a few days. The intensity may continue through the 25th and the 29th.

July 31 – Aug 14 – The winds will be strong in this period. Augut 2nd and 7th it is very windy.
Aug 15 – Sept 1– August 23-24th should bring severe winds.
Sept 2 – 27th – Variable winds with normal breezes. A dire wind on the 9th perhaps record setting on the 13th.

Fall 2014 long range weather hints. In New England, 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.

THE SYSTEM
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.
My report delivers national trends and a free weekly observation of the weather for the northeast. The client list for an accurate future one day forecast is long and with 100% accuracy. The ‘Nemo’ bride for the Feburary 9, 2013 blizzard is one example. Check out the link: http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_22556438/massachusetts-bride-nice-day-white-wedding The blizzard was included in my New England winter report. The bride’s report was ordered in September 2012.
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.
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/
Carolyn Egan Astrometeorologist

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MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons–3 SuperMoons summer 2014
TERMINOLOGY
*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/

ASTROMETEOROLOGISTS
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Weather reports are for the location of West Yorkshire specifically and covering the UK generally.
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ADDITIONAL NOTES
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“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”

Carolyn Egan – Forecast developed May/June 2014. All rights reserved.

SOLAR MAPPING SUMMER 2014

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NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AND TRENDS SUMMER 2014
SUMMER 2014 NATIONAL TRENDS – ACROSS THE USA
WITH SOLAR MAPPING
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Posting by Carolyn Egan, Astrometeorologist

Extreme weather continues into summertime. Putting the harsh winter and a destructive and slow warming springtime behind us we move onto summer – hot, humid, stormy? Follow the article and see what the trends will bring to the different regions around the USA.
Three lines, each a weather influence, are along the Pacific Ocean and western USA. The blue line of Jupiter usually brings in fair and beneficial weather; it is an indication of high pressure for the season. However, the brown line of Saturn is just offshore from the coast and will bring a dismal influence to the states along the coast. Combine the Saturn influence with the green line of Venus and we introduce very wet conditions for some locations along the coast. Normally dry in Southern California, Saturn and Venus can be viewed in two ways. First, the Venus, wet indicator and in the wet sign of Taurus, is at a late degree and will be moving into the sign Gemini, a dry sign. At the start of summer, rainfall will be beneficial, then the dry sets in bringing in wildfire warnings.

In the Pacific Northwest, the model brings the same green line of venus for typical precipitation and plenty of fog and misty, perhaps humid tropical conditions; overall the general weather for summer will be breezy, sunny and warm.
At the Rocky Mountains, the weather influences are mostly fair, dry, and mild with turbulence mid summer and later. Caution must be taken for the dry periods where fires could be prominent this summer.

In the middle of the country, the model has dry conditions as the first indication. It will be windy and cooler than average in early summer. The summer heat begins a few weeks later. Tropical moisture rises from the Gulf of Mexico and combines with the wind and heat resulting in severe weather systems and early tropical storms.

In the south, along the Gulf Coast, tropical conditions prevail with many storm systems developing and traveling to the north and eastern coasts. Three weather influences in the Gulf area are a threat to summer fun. The aqua line of Neptune points to moist conditions right through to flooding at times. The purple line of Mercury brings the winds into the picture and lined up next to the hot Sun (blue line) always brings an unsettled atmosphere and squalls to must larger storm conditions. The influence of Neptune in the Gulf always gives me pause to describe either hurricane weather or oil spills; some kind of pollution in the Gulf. Neptune placed at the head of the chart, the midheaven or 10th house cusp will show up in headline news for the central Gulf area.
In Florida, exceptional heat for summertime. Tropical storms may form early – I hope to work up a hurricane report soon with many details for the season (through September 21st).

New England weather is found in a separate report with weekly summaries and wind velocity information.
June 12, 2014

SPRING 2014 LONG RANGE FORECAST NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

2014 National Highlights of Weather in the USA

Solar Map

Viewing the USA west coast, the two lines offshore present marine influences that turn into low pressure systems, usually feeding into the northwest.

The Moon, cool and wet, (black line) and Saturn, dismal, difficult, low pressure, (brown line) on angles are over the Pacific Ocean. The two planets will foster storm systems which will impact the west coast over the season and filter over in an easterly flow. Venus (green line) is moisture and Saturn is the dismal influence that creates low pressure systems. The seasonal chart for Los Angeles and southern California calls for hot and dry conditions – simply lovely California days but at times, could get caught up in the rain that is produced from the cool and wet systems, however, Saturn in this region usually spells firestorm. The Saturn and Venus cross lines at the Baha and Mexican coasts, spawning early tropical systems. Note that my winter forecast for the west coast and Los Angeles called for rain which leads to mudslides that were headline news.

The northwest USA in general should be warmer and more dry than average. During the season the low pressure windy rainstorms will feed in from time to time. One storm comes in with the quarter Moon May 6-8th.

The Venus line (green) is a headline maker for the Rockies (Idaho, Utah). With Venus in this position and in the sign of cold Aquarius, wet snow is expected for early spring changing to more warm and dry conditions.

Checking Denver, CO and the surrounding states there is a dry beginning to springtime. Warm temps to begin changing to cooler and more blustery kinds of winds and continuing drier than average.

Looking at Kansas and Tornado Alley prompts me to issue a strong above average tornado season. Mercury, the winds, is the purple line which dissects the country. Mercury represents the winds and when on any of the 4 angles of a chart is extraordinary. When combined with another planet during the season Mercury will become a tempest. Two events to watch for are mid April and the first few days of May.

Chicago and the Great Lakes region will have typical springtime chilly, blustery influences. Puffy clouds and gentle rains are part of the spring weather as well.There will be many fine weather days to enjoy the season as the area gradually warms.

Three weather lines converge in the midAtlantic region. Initially, three lines indicates several fronts of weather come into play. A chilly start to the season and many glorious weather days ahead. The blue line of Jupiter, warm and dry and brings high pressure, is alongside the black line of Pluto which could indicate fair weather with intensity indicates rising temperatures which then produce many clouds. The combination of planets are also an indicator of seismic activity, unusual for the east coast but not unheard of. The Sun’s (blue line) warm rays will shine down all along the east coast bringing warmth and sunny days to the season. The season is mixed but tending towards being more dry.

New England is in the path of the strong Sun (blue line). Lovely warmth may be headline news for spring. Spring rains and minor storms complete the forecast. A more complete long range forecast for New England and in general the northeast is found in a separate report on the website.

The Sun line extends down through the islands, warming the waters of the Atlantic Ocean very early in the season. This activity will produce tropical influences and storms before the hurricane season begins.

In the south, cooler temperatures start the season, taking a few weeks to warm up to more mild and fair weather days. Rain is in the forecast with many southern states receiving tropical moisture streaming up from the Gulf.

Due to it’s location, the extended pennisula of the USA, Florida, has a climate of sunshine, warmth and tropical moisture. The main influences for the season are that it will be chilly to start with many clouds and heavy rain. As the season wears on, it will have the strong Sun influence along with moisture bringing typical cloud buildup and downfall. The usual ‘Florida fine weather’ prevails as well.