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The Weather Eye

In depth articles ranging from eclipse patterns and the music of the spheres, to case studies of record freezes, floods and droughts.

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Hurricane Patterns and planetary motion - 09.04.07
The curent rash of hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico was foreseen by Doc Weather early in the spring. Find out why in this article.

Analysis of the Dust Bowl - 03.28.07
Doc Weather looks at the patterns that led to the Dust Bowl in the United States.

An anomalous anomaly: El Nino 2007 - 01.18.07
The El Nino now in progress is not producing the classic weather conditions it is known for. What planetary factors are working in this curious phenomenon?

Lunar Declination and Climate - 12.26.06
Declination studies reveal significant influences on climate in the formation of air tides.

Climate patterns for 2007 - 10.21.06
The upcoming year promises to be full of surprises. The present early cold on the continent and unseasonable warmth on the West Coast are typical of the negative PNA pattern. Find out why in Doc Weather.

Two Denver Blizzards - 09.27.06
This year Doc Weather is on the lookout for blizzard patterns in the High Plains. Find out why in this article.

Climate and motion in arc. - 02.06.06
Understanding climate implications of motion in arc events among planets.

Reading the winds on the continent. - 01.30.06
Knowing what the wind is saying is the fundamental task for the weatherwise person. Find out about continental wind patterns from Doc Weather.

Feather River flood 1996; analog for winter 2006 - 12.30.05
Feather River New Years flood sequences:unusual planetary patterns brought in the New Year with a flourish.

Weather and Chaos Theory: the Standard Map - 07.05.05
Doc Weather compares chaos theory in physics to the planetary motion techniques he uses to predict the weather .

Omega blocking on the West Coast - 04.24.05
Record snow and flooding on the West Coast was produced by an omega blocking pattern in the eastern Pacific. Find out the planetary forces that led to the blocking.

A strong planetary pattern is responsible for an unusual weather year. - 03.18.05
An archetypal planetary pattern is linked to19 snow events in New England and floods in southern California this year.

Mars declination in February 2005 - 01.15.05
As Mars transits the West Coast in February look for storms. Find out what is in store in this article.

The Weather See-Saw: or Is it Winter yet? - 12.31.04
Recent radical shifts in the jet stream are elusive patterns difficult to see two years in advance. Learn why in this article.

Blizzard siege New England; January, 1996 - 12.19.04
The coming winter promises storms in the Northeast US. Learn why from this study of the blizzards of 1996.

Mercury declination and el Nino patterns on the West Coast. - 12.05.04
Mercury's influence on historic jet stream patterns on the West Coast is presented in this article.

Using analog years for accurate long range climate forecasts. - 11.23.04
Doc Weather uses decade long eclipse rhythms to form analogs for the forecasts. Find out how this is done in this article.

Blocks and tracks:long range weather prediction - 10.17.04
An understanding of block and storm tracks is the fundamental tool of the climatologist. This article describes these features on the North American continent as an aid to understanding the techniques of long range weather prediction.

Canonical el nino | Part 2 - 09.09.04
The second part of this article gives a case study from the historic records to illustrate the idea of retrograde motion relating to el nino.

Projective fields in the Planetary Flux Model pt1 - 09.02.04
Projective geometric techniques can form models fluid enough to track shifting weather patterns far in advance.

Celestial Harmonies - 09.01.04
Musical harmonies are reflected in patterns of climate change. Learn how harmonics can be used to understand the shifting melodies of weather.

Jet Curves - 07.14.04
Doc Weather uses jet curves to predict where the disturbance areas in a season will be. With this article you will get insight into these techniques.

Deeper Into Planetary Flux - 07.14.04
For a more advanced look into the planetary flux model the Great Midwest Flood of 1993 is illustrated.

The Canonical El Nino - 07.14.04
A new look at El Nino weds standard climatic facts with planetary movement data for a unique,compelling synthesis.

The Harmonics of Storms - 07.14.04
Weather obeys the laws of music. The Harmony of the Spheres reveals the mysterious music of the atmosphere.

Motion In Arc - 07.14.04
Motion in arc is the basis for the ability of Doc Weather to track dynamic weather elements in flux. This article shows how motion in arc can be thought of in a wider scientific context.

Planetary Approach and Retreat - 07.10.04
As planets move in time they stimulate high and low pressure impulses on earth. This article describes how to read these motions in weather patterns.