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Severe Weather Forecast and Predictions for the Period April 20th to 30th

Severe Weather Forecast and Predictions for the Period April 20th to 30th

OK here is the severe weather forecast for the continental USA for the period 201404 20 to 30. It is important to note that this period is between a lunar eclipse and solar eclipse on the 29th. So we have Tornado outbreak potential on 20th and 29th. Tornadoes and large number of hail events on 21-23rd and on the 28th. Large number of hail events (72+) on the 24th and 27th.

You will note on the forecast spread sheet that the 27th and 28th dates are in bold red font. These dates are predictions for a large number of hail events which have been generated by the Iasoberg Model. There are an average of 25 of these days per year based on NOAA data. The dates predicted by the model range from late April to mid July and vary from year to year. The above dates are the first ones for 2014.

M7.6 Earthquake – 100km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands 2014-04-12 20:14:39 UTC

M7.6 Earthquake - 100km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands 2014-04-12 20:14:39 UTC

M7.6 Earthquake – 100km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands
2014-04-12 20:14:39 UTC
2014 4 12 18
2014 4 13 0 266.41 175.50 1 2 GalCent+Lunlon

Here is my previous post. Hi Team, further to 2 significant Facebook posts in the past we are about to enter a celestial configuration that I will now PREDICT will result in severe weather in the continental USA. It will also have the potential for significant worldwide seismic/volcanic activity.

So I’ll stick with the forecasts that are shown in the attached graphic for severe weather in the USA, with the proviso that the USA could experience a significant tornado or severe weather outbreak(s) in the period April 11 to 18.

Well we have another complication that will influence this configuration and that is the upcoming series of lunar and solar eclipses starting with a lunar eclipse on the 15th of April.

You will also note that the that the solar lunar subpoint plane (yellow line) very nearly intersects the epicenter.