Monday, March 20, 2006, 09:14 AM - ForecastsHURRICANES AND STORMS 2006 Preliminary Report
February 2006 - The initial foray into the hurricane season gives broad information. A deeper analysis and observation will be forthcoming soon to update the following forecast.
Many hours are spent developing the first set of hurricane and storm data. Many more hours will be spent viewing more charts, graphs, maps and charts of particular locations.
Each forecast is the overview of one lunat period that shows the most likely weather for the 7-8 days.
July 3-9 Quarter Moon
Florida Heavy rains
Louisiana Strong winds early, heavy rain later.
Carolinas - Breezy to windy, thunderstorms.
Other A moisture laden system develops north of Puerto Rico and a low pressure event is possible in the middle of the Atlantic
July 10-16 Full Moon *Perigee 13th Florida Breezy thunderstorms; seasonal humidity
Louisiana .Breezy, high humidity.
Carolinas - Rain; cloudy
Other - A weather event off the coast of Senegal, Africa near the Canary Islands. Convection is possible.
July 17-24 Quarter Moon
Florida Rain, thunderstorms
Louisiana Stormy weather. Heavy rain.
Carolinas High pressure
Other - Clouds and thunderstorms off the coast of Senegal, near the Canary Islands.
July 25-August 2 New Moon
Florida Wet and windy
Louisiana Heavy rain
Carolinas Heavy rain and windy to gale force winds
Other - quiet.
August 2 8 Quarter Moon
Florida Unstable atmosphere leads to thunderstorms and squallish weather.
Carolinas - A week of variety. T-storms, windy, warm, rain, humidity, sunny.
Other - Disturbed weather in the mid-Atlantic. Tropical storm flare-up.
August 9 15 Full Moon Perigee August 10th
Florida Searing heat and humidity tropical downpours, T-storms. Hurricane weather.
Louisiana Sunny, warm to very hot and humid.
Carolinas Hot turbulent. Violent atmosphere, downpours.
Other Very hot temperatures in the middle Atlantic.
August 16 22 Quarter Moon
Florida - Seasonable, typical summer weather.
Louisiana Seasonable, hot. Cooling down with T-storm.
Carolinas - Hot, humid. Cooling down T-storm.
Other A very strong tropical depression forms in the mid-Atlantic.
Baha, CA/MX will host a strong hurricane this period.
August 23 30 New Moon
Florida Very hot and humid.
Louisiana Warm to hot, pleasant with some humidity.
Carolinas - Hot and humid with strong winds.
Other Very powerful tropical system develops and becomes a category hurricane near or at the Canary Islands. Heavy rain to flooding on the west coast of Mexico. Southern California has extremely difficult weather, flooding rains.
August 31 September 6 Quarter Moon Perigee SuperMoon September 7th
Florida Hurricane of great strength threatens Florida and the Gulf Coast.
Louisiana Torrential rain and flooding
Carolinas - Windy; heavy rain.
Other Honduras and parts of Central America may be in the storm΄s path.
Generally the steering currents will move the hurricane north.
September 7 13 Full Moon
Mercury sq Pl
Florida Strong gusty winds.
Louisiana A tropical storm develops with very destructive winds.
Carolina Mostly hot and dry
Other A strong, very wet depression develops in the eastern Atlantic on the west side of the Canary Islands.
September 14 21
Florida Take cover for another big blow. A high category hurricane strikes Florida. Oppressive heat.
Louisiana Heavy rain; flash flooding; strong squalls. . Very high humidity.
Carolinas Mixed weather events. Hot, then cooler with rain.
Other Off the coast of Africa there will be convection with a tropical low. It has the potential to be good sized.
Preliminary Hurricane 2006 Report
Carolyn Egan February 2006 ©
Sunday, May 15, 2005, 11:26 AM - ForecastsIn my musings, earlier this morning, I said the rain would start at 1pm here in Rhode Island. The trigger (for you astromets) I used was a transit of the Moon opposite Neptune at 12:50pm edt. Exactly at that time scattered raindrops began to fall. I was at a local farm with my son in law and the two granddaughters. Wow, says he, right on the money! All I can say is thank you Mother Nature >big grin<
Saturday, May 7, 2005, 02:08 PM - ForecastsSaturday, May 7, 2005 with rain and strong gusts. This is the 3rd weekend where the weather has been less than favorable here in Rhode Island, in fact, it has been downright awful.
My forecasts were for rainy weather and this weekend especially the strong wind event, but the brides were hoping for something else. Next weekend I look forward to high pressure and a better day for the brides. However, it is a quarter Moon for Sunday the 16th and the rough weather could come in early - let's hope it doesn't.
Sunday, April 17, 2005, 09:02 AM - ForecastsThe preliminary forecast is on the website and will be added to when a section is completed.
I have been searching the web for information on the Hurricane Conference in the Bahamas but can't find a thing.
With all the resources the NWS has, their report includes statistical data only on the number of storms that might occur during the season. What good does that do? Maybe it helps with the sales of candles and related equipment...
Over the years I have had quite a bit of success in describing the fierce storms; just last year I wrote that Florida was in the spyglass with August being a stormy month for them. Two of their 4 storms struck in August. I described many of the storms in the 2004 season for the targeted coasts. Check out my 2005 report and compare with the National Weather Service offerings - remember just how much equipment and monetory support they have and remember that I am one person developing a free report for everyone. Their educated guess is just that - a guess. My report is based on natural cycles that don't come through a computer.
Sunday, April 17, 2005, 08:15 AM - ForecastsWithout understanding the climate in Peru for the location of the wedding (mountains on one side and jungle on the other), I sent my 'no fee' forecast to the groom. The forecast was for a good weather day except for a possible shower about 4pm.
The results - A sun/clouds mix during the day, mostly bright and a slight shower at 3:30pm which did not do enough to have guests leaving the tables for shelter. A downpour occured at about 10:30pm after the guests had departed. Success!