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Early Winter & Early Spring 2007 Ahead
12-11-2006, 08:48 PM
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Early Winter & Early Spring 2007 Ahead
Astrometeorological Fall/Winter 2006 Weather Outlook
A Very Stormy Winter 2007 Arrives Early This Year
By Theodore White/Pro Astrometeorologist

Astromet Weather Outlook Produced: May 2006

American & Canadian Farmers urged to plan for
a early harvest this year because of early winter
climate conditions arriving by late October 2006.
(**Farmers - see info below on Spring 2007 conditions.)

Prepare for a colder than normal, and fast
autumn, and a early, and stormier, colder, winter season
just ahead. Winter 2007 ~ in my astromet forecast ~
officially begins early November 2006.

General Climate Conditions This Fall & Early Winter ~

A Colder, moist atmosphere w/very stormy, wet weather
Sudden Frosts & Freeze Warnings (August/September)
Early & Surprise Snowfalls (as early as September/October)
Below Average Cool Temperatures (September/October/November)
Torrential rains (October/November)
Flash Flooding Events (entire fall & winter season)
Gusty & Damaging Winds (October/end of Nov./all of December)
Low cloud ceilings
Widespread & Dense Fogs (September/October-mid-November)
Slippery Conditions on Roads - Drivers add & check fog-lights

The Coming Earlier Than Normal Winter ~

Snows That Are Early This Year
Widespread Icy Conditions
Blizzards & Gusty Winds
Below Average Colder Temperatures

Look for below average temperatures - chilly air -
especially early mornings, and during the days, in the
months of August, and September. Frost will not
be uncommon during August/September with freeze

Unseasonably cool temperatures in New England, Northeast, Upper
Midwest, Mid-Atlantic & Southeastern states. The Northern
Plains, and Inter-Mountain states could see earlier snows
arriving by September, early October with freeze warnings
and cooler than normal temperatures. Even
areas of the Pacific Northwest and Northern
California will see cooler than average temperatures
increasing in August/September as signs of a early winter
season will increasingly appear in the west as well.

The coming Fall Season is going to be colder
than normal, with October's air cooler, and
most people by that time noticing that early
fall seems to have been in August/September,
and that by October, it feels more like late
fall. Morning temperatures by that time will
be below freezing in regions like the New England,
the Northeast, the Pacific Northwest. Even regions
in the Southwest, such as Arizona, will note the
early fall conditions.

Despite the blistering heat that will cover most
of North America, my astrometeorological
outlook calls for a fall season that develops
earlier than normal, and the coming of a cold,
snowy, wet, and windy winter season ahead.

The coming autumn & winter seasons reveal that
summer 2006 will be quicker than usual, though
with above normal temperatures, and below normal
temperatures affecting most of the United States.
Summer has arrived earlier than usual and will
end early as well.

According to my calculations, the change will
be quite noticable by late September/early
October, and very clear by the end of October,
close to the weekend of return to standard
daylight time - that winter has come.

October is a drier month, but the temperatures
are colder than normal. Expect variable, dry
conditions for most of the month, but remember
to bundle up against what feels like late,
rather than early fall conditions,
with cooler temperatures, and a cutting cold nip
in the air. That is winter ~ just around the
corner, and arriving early,

Earlier snowfalls in September
and October come as a surprise. Expect chilly, wet,
and windy conditions that will also come as a surprise
to the unprepared ~ especially the torrential
rains of late October and November, and the colder
than normal temperatures of October, and again, in

In November, guard against a return of flooding events in
the Upper Midwest, Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic,
and states near the Mason-Dixon line, including
Maryland, Washington DC, and northern VA. Torrential
November rains, thick fogs, and colder than
normal temperatures make for dangerous driving
and travel conditions in the Pacific Northwest.

Winter 2007 will arrive earlier than normal
in most parts of the country, including New
England, the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Upper
Midwest, and Pacific Northwest ~
all having stormy winter conditions, and
below average cold temperatures, gusting
winds, stormier precipiations of cold
rains, snow, and ice ~ earlier than usual.

Winter arrives by November 2006, and is at
an end by late February/early March 2007.

Transits confirm an earlier arrival of winter, and
a short conventional autumn season, with fall-like
conditions cropping up in signs in Canada, and
throughout regions of the United States, such as
the Pacific Northwest.

Many of the weather changes
will take place that month due to planetary
transits. Venus picks up speed and turns to
"Evening Star" phase at the end of October
(Oct. 30-31) indicating an early winter
season on tap with significant snows
and precipitation this coming winter.

The month November 2006 is colder, and wetter
than normal with snows, heavy rains, gusty winds,
and colder temperatures into late November.

Expect dense fogs, lower cloud cover, and
surprise weather events feeling more like
winter, than autumn. November is a very
wet month, cold moist, with heavy rains,
very gusty winds, and early snows
in geographic regions used to seeing snows
by early December rather than in early/mid November.

December continues November's theme, but is
more active & colder than normal, and winter
conditions will have taken place prior to the
Winter Solstice of 22 December when the
Sun enters tropical Capricorn. We may experience
a brief "warming" in the middle of December,
due to a strong upper Pacific jet but winter resumes
its stormy blasts into January 2007, a very cold
month - feeling more like deep February.

Other than the cold temperatures, it may be
the gusty winds that are the story in the
months of December, and January. The Midwest
and Western states are highlighted. Transits
show unusually strong winds throughout
the country with an active jet stream. This
includes the Pacific Northwest. We will
see more blizzrds this winter along with
the powerful winds. Prepare for
extensive wind damage this winter in North America.

Winter basically gets to North America
much earlier than last year, about six
weeks, and completes itself rather quickly
by mid-February/early March 2007.

It appears by my astromet
finding that a colder than normal fall season
and a early winter is just around the
corner. Winter conditions come earlier than normal
into early 2007, but Spring 2007 will arrive earlier
than normal with the northern declination
of Venus by 23 February 2007.

In my estimation - winter, this year, takes place
from November 2006 to end of February 2007, with
improving spring-like conditions by early March 2007.

Long, Hot & Humid Suumer/Fall 2007 ~

The Summer of 2007 is lengthy, with
a Indian Summer due to the retograde
of Venus (27 July 2007 to 8 September 2007)
in Leo, with summer conditions lasting into
November 2007 combined with the transit
of Mars in tropical Cancer.

A very long Summer 2007 is ahead next year,
which will be the first El Nino year with
the Sun already having reached its peak
minimum cycle. Warmer temperatures, and
tropical like precipitation will be the
main theme of all of 2007 - a warm year,
with above normal precipiation, flooding,
and drought conditions existing in regions
known to suffer them during El Nino years.

This Astromet Outlook continues to
maintain that an earlier than usual
and stormy winter season will prevail in the
northern hemisphere, with wetter
conditions, gusty winds, and
heavy precipiation arriving earlier
than normal.

Expect the next two fall seasons to
be earlier than normal (this year, 2006)
and later than normal (next year, 2007).

This leads to some odd climate events
with a shifting taking place in July 2007
that extends tropical-like,
and wetter summer conditions into autumn
altering autumn 2007 considerably ~

Late October 2006 feels like November
November is like mid-December
December like early January 2007
January is like mid-February 2007
Mid-February is like March 2007

Mid-late March 2007 is like early May
April like early June 2007
May 2007 is like late June
June 2007 is like mid-July

July is like late August
August is like early July 2007
September 2007 is like mid-August
October is like early September
November is like early October
December 2007 is like mid-October/early November

This shows that there is a strong potential
for El Nino conditions to appear in 2007. Before
this, expect winter 2007 to arrive in November 2006
and really be stormy, and cold due to Solar, Lunar,
and planetary conditions. Signs in nature prior to
October will confirm the coming of the North American
winter season.

Plan ahead for an early winter this summer by
using this long-range astromet outlook to prepare
and purchase supplies at budget prices - not for
summer - but a stormy winter season that is
earlier than usual.

Many people will be caught off-guard by the
unusual arrival of winter conditions earlier
than normal this year. Those reading this
astromet outlook should use the months of
August and September to begin purchases of
winter supplies for the winter conditions
between November 2006 to February 2007's end.
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