Originally posted on our main website http://enternetglobal.com/center/2018/03/09/extreme-winter-weather-northeast-united-states-canada/
I am Ahgamen-Keyboa, researcher, naturalist, painter, author,
historian, sometime psychic. The weather has been extreme in the
Northeast U.S.A. of the past two months, from January to the present
March 7, 2018 (publishing this 12:30am March 9). This region also
includes the parts of Canada adjacent, their southeastern sector, as
weather movements know no nationality barriers!
If we were to compare this winter to other winters of the past few
decades, it could be deemed as average and the standard. It’s going to
be cold, that’s going to freeze the ground, it’s going to freeze the
precipitation, there’s going to be snowfall periodically. This region is
known to be cold and wet in winter, as opposed to being dry and arid.
There was one highlight of unusual occurrence from February 20-22,
2018. The temperatures went way up and way down. It brought warmth to
the region more typical of June weather, practically summer-like! This
was not merely in the Northeast region of the U.S.; it began in the
Rocky Mountains region, especially in Colorado. These record highs were
surprising for millions of people, to say the least! It will be
remembered for a long time.
Then there has recently been these back to back winter storms! Two
noreasters in a row. We are just now in the midst of the second one and
clean-up is not finished. In fact, as I am now able to share this,
there was no electricity or internet to post my article on March 8. when
I wanted to. Power outages were widespread throughout the region.
Aside from the relatively normal and average year with the odd
exceptions, I’ve been taking a careful look at my charts and
permutations. Basically, I have been crunching some of the pertinent
facts and trying to make interpretations. I noticed something and I’m
going out on a limb to state that I discovered a pattern. It is such
that I can extrapolate this and make a prediction. If I am right, then I
will be able to continue with the methodology. If I am wrong, then I
will go back to the drawing board and try again.
It seems to me that there is a high probability of another major
winter storm. Let me describe the scenario: It is possible that around
March 16th to the 17th (2018) there will be another unseasonably warm
event. This means that it could approach record high temperatures in the
Northeast and possibly extend into southern areas of the East Coast, as
well as northwards into Canada.
What will follow possibly is another weather maker. It could move
into the region late on March 17th. It should be a lot of precipitation
and possibly some windy turbulence. If the temperature is able to drop
enough from the previous days, then it will bring quite a bit of snow.
Basically, the storm will carry through March 18th and into part of
the 19th. It would be considered a very late winter weather event,
considering that the Spring Equinox is only days away, the official
start of Spring season. This is unusual for the region. I am predicting
this more than 10 days in advance. We’re going to find out. It’s kind of