WINTER 2013-14 Long Range Weather Forecast


By Carolyn Egan, Bristol RI, USA 79TH season


The forecasted extreme weather we have experienced over the past several years is convincing for any skeptic of alternative weather forecasting. No other forecaster has seen this far into the future of weather based on astrometeorology.

In this report you will find national trends and weekly summaries of the weather forecast for the entire season, truly long range forecasting. This forecast does not change – ever – during the season. When one day specific weather forecastes were available, my accuracy was 100%, breaking Mother Nature’s code looking up to and beyond one year into the future. Seems unlikely to the skeptic, but the last 100% forecast I made was for the Nemo bride.




The California coast has a miserable weather influence for winter. The green line of Venus produces moisture. In the winter it would be a cold rain, sleet or snow. In California, along the coast it would be damp, drizzle and rain. Crossing with Venus is the brown line of Saturn which emphasizes the gloomy weather often producing low pressure systems or stormy weather in general. For the California coast, the combination of these two weathermakers will also make headlines. With heavy rain comes mudslides and street flooding.

Typical of the northwest section of the country, the inundation of blustery winter systems will occur, also making headline news for unstable weather patterns bringing wild, wacky and crazy weather events.

Further inland from the southwest up through the Dakotas and beyond is the Moon black line. A prominent Moon invites mega moisture. From rain to snow, she will produce abundant downfall as she colludes, by aspect with Saturn which results in problems or damages to the environment.

At the center of the US, the aqua line of Neptune is also a moisture producer. Neptune tends to accent the described weather and with plenty of moisture coming from the Moon line which will travel to central US. In this location, there is a bit more warmth which creates fog and mists or pollution at times, even though winter will be generally cold. Pisces, the sign on the horizon in the central states is a nebulous moist influence but in this region, the cold and biting wind is alleviated only somewhat.

The winds will blow, more than usual, in Chicago and Detroit and the surrounding states. They will bring in bitter cold at times ramp to gale force with midwinter the coldest, freezing period.

In the south, southeast, wintertime tornadoes will be the norm for this extreme season. Mercury, the deep purple line is affecting most of the nation with extraordinary winds and cold. Further south in Florida, the cold is tempered by the Sun but when combined, Sun and Mercury are hot and cold fronts or in general, turbulent skies. Early in March spring weather is expected in Florida with a good warmup.

At the mid Atlantic location, there will be more wet weather and sharp temperature changes throughout the season. Tornadoes could make it this far east and the freezing temperatures will not be welcome. Violent weather events are the signature for this area.

In the northeast, the shifting temperatures will provide the usual variety of weather systems to impact the area. Escape from the extreme cold and turbulence is not possible, but having respite between systems is a good thing. Look for the weekly weather summaries for New England on this website.


DISCLAIMER: Weather descriptions in this report are not meant to raise panic, but to only assure you that severe weather is a part of the forecast. It is my intention to alert you to the possibilities and to remind you that some of the storms are localized and preparedness is the key to personal safety.


Reviewing Fall forecasts: ACCURATE! Typical of New England there will be delightful weather through the end of October and a bit into November. Also typical is when the pattern changes occur in November where variable conditions along with cold and snowy weather prevail and early winter sets in.

The wind is a component of the models used for the forecast. Be sure to read what is in store for the winter winds. For your convenience, a very quick look is provided at the ‘At A Glance’ section. The 13 week seasonal forecasts follow.

Local New England Winds Summary

The model for wind velocity is calculated independent of the temperature and moisture models. The partial information is substantial when combined with temperature and moisture – no other system can offer this information.

Note: tempest = extreme.

Dec 24 – Jan 10, 2014 – A range of fair and mild winds to the extremes, a tempest over the holidays.

Jan 11 – Jan 30 – More mild conditions overall with one period of gale force and another of a tempest.

Jan 31 – Feb 5 – Lighter winds for this week. One strong period-see the weekly.

Feb 6 – Feb 27 – Strong breezes.

Feb 28 – Mar 16 – Variable winds, mostly mild to breezy. Strong, tempest Mar 11

Mar 17 – 23 – Mostly very breezy (typical for March) with one strong wind event on the 20th.

AT-A-GLANCE WEATHER – WEEKLY – 7 to 8 day lunar periods

Nov 17, 25 Dec 2
Dec 9, 17, Jan 1,24, 30 Jan 7, 15. Feb 6, 14
Mar 16 Mar 1 Mar 8 (windy)


FORECAST – WEEKLY SUMMARIES for New England and the Northeast

The following forecasts contain weekly summaries describing the general weather for each 7-8 day lunar period. Not all weather events are described.

WINTER SEASON begins December 21, 2013

Perigee SuperMoons Jan 1 and 30th, 2014

November 17 – 24, 2013 Full Moon

Stormy times ahead. A windy snowstorm. Wet heavy snow in New England hopefully on the mild side (my indicators). A week with a few moisture events.

November 25 – December 1, 2013 Quarter Moon Nov 28, Thanksgiving

More moisture ahead with winds that are indicated to be a tempest. A variable but stormy Thanksgiving week is forecast.

December 2 – 8, 2013 New Moon Perigee Dec 4.

A combination of extreme cold and very fair weather is forecast for this week. The cold is very obvious in the models but secondary indications are for fair and perhaps moisture events on the 5th. Snow or rain – can’t be sure.

December 9 – 16, 2013 Quarter Moon

Temperatures begin to drop this period. Bitter in New England is very likely with a low pressure event bringing snow over to the next period. It’s not winter yet!!

December 17 – 24, 2013 Full Moon

Precipitation to start the period. An aggressive warmfront meets up with very cold air resulting in wild and wacky weather feeding into the next period, in time for the holiday.


December 25 – 31 – Quarter Moon

Precipitation is called for this period. Snow is likely in many locations. Icy, windy and stormy conditions for the holiday. Accidents are prominent this week; don’t be in one of them. Be aware, be diligent and responsible. The mid Atlantic states look to be in the crosshairs.


January 1, 2014 – January 6 – New Moon Perigee Jan 1 SUPERMOON

A strong warm front and cold air often make for an unstable atmostphere. Clashing cymbals and Thunder snow may start this period. The cold remains with rain/snow the 6-7th. Clouds and fair weather days make up some of this period as well. More precipitation at the end wafts up bringing coastal rain (snow in higher elevations).

A very strong storm offshore in the Atlantic may affect Bermuda.

January 7 – 14, 2014 Quarter Moon

A cold front comes through with dry air. Clouds form and arrive dropping moisture, mostly rain, near the 14th. A mixed week at best.

January 15 – 23, 2014 Full Moon

Sunny and dry for openers. A warming trend wafts in and the atmosphere becomes unstable. Rain mid period, then snow is in the forecast 22-23rd.

January 24 – 29, 2014 Quarter Moon

Freezing air, strong winds (a tempest) and moisture. Ingredients for a winter storm for the start and then at the end of the period.

January 30 – February 5, 2014 New Moon Perigee Jan 30 SUPERMOON and

SUPERBOWL in New Jersey

The base of air is cold and mostly dry. There are warming influences combining with the base to create clouds, then precipitation. Combine a big wind influence and there is a coastal storm. Rain; snow in higher elevations not welcome this period! A supermoon intensifies stormy weather and can elevate a mere squall onto another level. More wind later in the period along with fair conditions.

February 6 – 13, 2014 Quarter Moon

Cool to cold, mostly dry, and blustery. Snow 6-7th and 10-11th. The winds may perk up mid period leading to sharp contrasts in temperature during the week which may be considered wild and wacky.

February 14 – 21, 2014 Full Moon Valentine’s day

At first look, the models showed few weather influences, but, after a closer analysis, it will be a mix instead. Amid a few fine days is the strong winds and stormy conditions 15th and 19th. Be prepared for snarled traffic.

February 22 – 28, 2014 Quarter Moon Perigee Feb 27

Looking for early spring but instead, more mixed conditions. It will be cold with short warming periods, rain/snow mix. Delightful winter days as well; dare we call it early spring – I think we are anxious.

March 1 – 7, 2014 New Moon

The variability of the weather (as forecasted earlier) continutes with another mixed week, however, with different weather influences as many fronts are congregating. A warming trend combines with very cold air and produces snow in higher elevations and rain along the coast. March winds are on schedule.

March 8 – 15, 2014 Quarter Moon

Finally! A better week ahead. It will be mild. A delightful calm before the high wind and some rain coming up 10-11th.

March 16 – 23, 2014 Full Moon

Oh the wrath of St. Patrick! Almost never fails to have strong weather on his day.

Strong winds on the 17th…what else, it’s St. Patrick’s day. Wet snow changing to rain. More and much stronger winds on the 20th – winds push the water – remember ‘Sandy’. A low pressure system intensifies the weather and when all is combined, a loss of power should top off the end of winter. Sunshine this period as well. Happy Spring!


Oh the welcomed warmth of spring. A wet season ahead but warm!


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: 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.

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 MOON PERIGEE & SYZYGY ** SuperMoons–2 SuperMoons for Winter ’13


*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.


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