THE 2006 HURRICANE REPORT
REFLECTION - 2005
The 2005 hurricane season that produced horrific storms named Katrina and Rita is one that will not soon be forgotten. I was adamant that the season would be riddled with storms΄. The long range report, written in April 2005, concentrated on the peak months of the season August, September and October. Katrina belongs to my August 26th forecast for a low pressure system developing at the Bahamas/Miami area. I did not track the storm across the Gulf coast. During that week, another forecast had a system affecting Puerto Rico and they received 13 of rain.
Hurricane Rita developed over South Florida to my forecast of September 11th where I describe a strong low pressure named storm that would develop and the central Gulf states would also be affected.
For the perigee week of October 10th, I wrote that a hurricane would develop affecting the large islands, then the central Gulf coast. The storm was Wilma. She started just south of Jamaica, cruised up by Cuba, then landed on the Yucatan coast. She then took a sharp turn to the Gulf coast of Florida and raced across to the Atlantic.
With all the funding, special equipment and well educated meteorologists not one could write and predict the storm systems as found in my report. One local RI meteorologist happily stated in a television ad that his job was one where you could have a wrong forecast and not be fired for it.
The Astrometeorologist covers thousands of miles of coastline over several months and is able to forecast developing storms and strength as you have read. If you check other long range forecasts claiming 80-90% accuracy, you would find the Almanacs mentioned one hurricane for the whole 2005 season that did not materialize in their forecasted time and place.
HURRICANES 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.
July 2006July 3-9 Quarter Moon
July 10-16 Full Moon *Perigee 13th
Florida Breezy thunderstorms; seasonal
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
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 ©
I mentioned a "guy in Australia." That would be Ken Ring in New Zealand. http://www.predictweather.com/ While his reports are primarily for New Zealand, Australia and the UK, there is loads of good information about astro-meteorology at his site.
He writes that "The Moon has about one sixth of the Earths gravitational force. From only a couple of hundred thousand miles away, changes in the Moon's orbital patterns are going to have major effects on Earth. Simply stated, changes in the Moons movement changes our weather.. ..."
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