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If Johannes Kepler, the distinguished 17th century astronomer and pioneer of the planetary laws of motion, could speak from the heavenlies, he might have a few words of wisdom to share with the General Coarsen Service. Even if Kepler's name is not by and large allied with meteorology, he was quite the become rough interpreter in his day. His first claim to fame, by the way, was not due to his discovery of those planetary laws, but for the reason that of his correct long-range come through forecast of the brutal chill that put Styermark, Germany on ice in 1593.

Kepler's genius and outside-the-box accepted wisdom led him to equate global become rough patterns with the geometrical formations made connecting the earth and planets. Since these formations could be calculated in advance, he reasoned, their achieve on the become rough could be as well. Because of the publishing of his almanacs, the Royal Astronomer helped make ends meet when at times the kings who employed him were careless in their payments. Kepler's giving to meteorology, along with his long-range forecast method, have all but been forgotten. And as would be expected, award day meteorology, ashamedly, has no real long-range become rough forecast capability. Even armed with the most cutting edge climate computer, whose lightning fast calculations approximate about 400 million per second, its three-day forecasts are speculative, and its six to seven day forecasts are worthless.

In this day and age when the flaws and limitations of many predictable procedures and methods have come to light, man is looking for and discovery solutions in complementary methodologies. Just about every area of life boasts of some complementary option. So why not another coarsen forecasts based on natural, environmentally safe, and providentially-provided processes?

Wouldn't it be great to know the times and spaces of tempest formation and landfall months in advance? How about the when and where of other become rough anomalies such as deep freezes, acute storms systems, and high velocity winds? All this is doable with Kepler's fashion and would be a welcomed choice for climate delicate businesses like agriculture, the climate derivatives market, carrying etc. Even though no forecast system, be it normal or alternative, is 100 percent accurate, it is worth noting that based on this fashion my available long-range gale forecasts, equipped months in advance, were fulfilled in Hurricanes Isis (1998), Alberto (2000), Gilma (2000), and Steamy Storm Claudette (2003). Based on Kepler's method, some of the best and worst become rough for June 2005 is as follows:

Forecast

May 31-June 3, 2005:
A windy storm breeding configuration is slated to concern the Rockies, Great Basin, and West Coast States. Above and beyond inconsistent gusty winds, this configuration is by and large accompanied by sharp dips in high temperature and scattered awful thunderstorms.

Meanwhile over the Texas and the Plains, warm moist air is drawn northward and will react with the colder, drier air over the Rockies. This amalgamation must blow up acute storms over the Front Range, Texas, and the Plains. Storm doings is a clear possibility.

June 1-4, 2005:
The East Focal States and Southeast will also see an invasion of colder air triggering storms all through the region. Potentially hazardous atmospheric environment are indicated over Florida, in particular along the west coast. The storms over the East Focal States work their way over New England.

June 4-7, 2005:
In the main, fair become rough is indicated over the western States and the Rockies at this time. The omission seems to be the Comforting Northwest where the attempt of some arguable climate exists. The Mississippi Valley and East Focal area ought to have fine weather, even if the storms in the Plains may begin to move eastward.

June 7-11, 2005:
A major become rough configuration develops over the Front Range and Texas. Humid heat and humidity flow northward from the Gulf greater than ever temperatures and unleashing critical storms with storm potential. Storms push eastward all the way through the Mississippi Valley. Two areas slated for brutal climate may in point of fact designate steamy storm or storm formation since June begins gale season. The first is the area about Brownsville, Texas and the other lies in the southeastern Gulf at about 86 West longitude and 24 North latitude.

June 12, 2005:
Around this time the storms shown over the Front Range and Texas ought to come over the Mississippi Valley and carry on eastward.

June 13-15, 2005:
Cold, dry air invades the Rockies with the biting leeway of triggering storms and/or windy environment over the Front Range. Windy come through is possible all through the West Coast States as well.

June 14-16, 2005
Incoming dampness from the Gulf sets off thunderstorms from the Mississippi Valley eastward athwart the Southeast, Ohio Valley, and Mid-Atlantic States. A number of become rough models denote storms along the distance end to end of the East Coast from Florida to Maine.

Tropical Storm formation may be achievable in the Gulf about 86 West longitude and 26 North latitude, as well as in the area concerning the Florida Keys and Cuba.

June 17-19, 2005:
A come through archetype bringing bright winds is indicated for the eastern US. This may take the form of a steamy storm or tempest if formation took place in the Gulf or over the Florida Keys. In such a case, it could now make landfall along the Florida Panhandle or peninsula. If not an genuine hot system, then storms triggering tornadoes or other windy environment are likely all over the Southeast and Ohio Valley.

June 20-22, 2005:
A storm arrangement is indicated over the Northeast and New England at this time. This is most possible the carry-over of the coarsen coordination referred to in the June 17-19 forecast.

June 18-20, 2005:
More wetness and heat are indicated from southern Texas northward because of the Plains. This could cause storms to erupt since ample Gulf humidity will most possible be available.

June 22-23, 2005:
The capability for storms producing destructive winds, hail, and tornadoes etc. are shown over the Mississippi Valley area. A warm and moist air mass is drawn up over the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic States creating anxious environment over the region.

June 24-27, 2005:
A lower range of temperatures and atmospheric disorder concern the western US all the way through the Great Basin area then go on eastward over the Rockies. A La Nia event may befall deceptive about this time.

A major storm arrangement affects the Northeast and New England. Most possible a good sum of damp is drawn northward triggering storms and rain. A steamy classification cannot be ruled out. In some cases, the first answer appears in the form of a biting high burden arrangement bringing high heat that then erupts in storms.

June 25-27, 2005:
High heat and storms containing perilous winds, hail, and/or tornadoes focus on eastern Texas, the ArkLaTex region, and northward.

June 27-July 1, 2005:
Another bout of acute climate is indicated for the Mississippi Valley constituency as storms producing winds and brutal coarsen circumstances go over the area.

June 29, 2005:
A cold front crossways New England triggers precipitation.

Ken Paone has been operational with Kepler's long-range coarsen forecasting logic for about 14 years. His in print forecasts have appeared internationally. You can email Ken at kensweather@msn. com. The consequences of his most modern long-range forecasts are existing on his blog at http://www. theweatheralternative. blogspot. com


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