A note from the Doc: The references to planets and constellations on this site are not astrological in nature, merely the clearest way to reference these positions and angles. For more, please read: Astrology or Astronomy »
Weekly Predictions for October 2007
week 1 Uranus and the lunar node should team up to provide a strong surge of high-pressure along the West Coast. Look for the storm jet to shift to the south out of the Gulf of Alaska with a storm track into Denver.
West Coast- Jet to S, weak fronts PNW / N CA midweek
Mountain/High Plains- Cool / fronts PNW to CO
Mid-Continent -Fronts / rain Denver to Central States
East Coast- Warm / wet Mid Atlantic and S; cool / dry NE
week 2 Look for a pattern similar to last week on the continent. Expect weaker fronts in the PNW.
West Coast- Cool / weak fronts to N; warm / dry to S
Mountain/High Plains- Cool / weak fronts PNW to CO
Mid-Continent- Warm / moderate rains, CO to Ohio Valley
East Coast- Warm / wet SE; cool / dry NE
week 3 A zonal pattern should arise this week with a rapidly moving Alberta Clipper across the northern tier as the dominant feature.
West Coast- Mild PNW with rapidly moving front; warm to S and clear
Mountain/High Plains- Rapid / weak fronts to N, cooling late; mild to S
Mid-Continent - Rapid , weak fronts to N, wet / warm to S, cooling late
East Coast- Cool to N with fronts / late; warm / moist to S/ late
week 4- Similar pattern of Alberta clippers across the northern tier this week but with a shallower track.
West Coast- Moderate fronts PNW / possibly N CA, midweek
Mountain/High Plains- Dry / mild S; moderate fronts N after 26th
Mid-Continent- Moderate / strong fronts N tier; dry / mild to S
East Coast- Storm NE and mid Atlantic coast; mild / wet SE