May 24, 2017

WEATHER WARS WINTER WARS: 2017 SNOW DROUGHT! The Only Droughts Allowed! Weather Forecasters Asking “Where’s The Snow?” Less Than 1″ So Far This Year, No Blizzards In Forecast! WOW!!!

Where’s the snow? DMV left wondering if it will get any winter weather this year.

It seems to be the question on everyone’s mind, where the heck is the snow?

As of January 28th, cumulative snow total at all three of the area’s major airports (where official records are kept) have yet to reach the 1” mark. Aside from one near miss in early January that brought portions of Southern Maryland more than half a foot of snow, the season has been filled with a lot of disappointment for the snow lovers around our region so far.

So what’s up? Well, the temperatures, that’s what. December came in generally as expected with our winter outlook. Two strong shots of Arctic cold, but not a lot of snow. Our expectation was that the pattern would continue into January, which is typically a month where we see more clippers begin to make their way southward out of Canada.

That could not have been farther from what happened.

A strong ridge developed over the southeast United States, which is a strong warm signal for our neck of the woods. This feature forced the storm tracks inland up through the Great Lakes, which is a track that favors rain over snow in the Mid-Atlantic region. Such a track also enhances the warmth in the region.

How warm? Given the forecast for the next three days Washington, DC is currently on pace to be tied with 1974, 1950, and 1949 for the fourth fewest January days below freezing on record with only nine, in a month that usually averages twenty-two. As of this morning, this January has been the twelfth warmest on record.

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But how bad of a snow drought are we really in? Well consider chart two above, which group’s snowfall recorded through the first three months of the snowfall season (November-January) over the last 25 years.

Only one year had less snow though this point in the season than we do now, the super warm winter of 1997-1998, nineteen years ago. Washington, D.C. is currently in its worst snowfall drought since the turn of the millennium. But the question is, does the lack of snowfall through what is typically the coldest month of winter mean that we are doomed to a lack of snow heading into the second half of the snow season? Well it is hard to say.

Forecasting the weather in the long range is like forecasting who is going to win the super bowl. Sure, you know who is showing up to play in the game, but you do not know exactly how the game will unfold. By the end of the game, things might turn out exactly like you expect, but throw in a surprise play or two and a total upset can easily happen. Generally speaking when we look at something like snowfall, it comes down to statistics.

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Let us look at past winters where snowfall came in well below normal though the month of January. There are only 10 other winters in the entire weather history of DC (which stretches back to the late 1800s) that have seen half an inch of snow or less though this point in the season. 90% of those years had more snow during the February – April time period, with 50% of those cases receiving over half a foot of snow before the season was over.

This sample size is a little small for my liking, so let us expand to include all years where Washington received less than 3” of snow through this point in the season, considerably less than the 8.4” that is the average over that same time period. This expands our data set to 30 years, which is shown in chart three above.

In these cases, a whopping 26 of the 30 years (86.7%) saw more snow during the second half of the season. Once again, half of these cases (15) saw snow total exceed half a foot during the February to April time frame. The similar numbers seen between the small sample size of 10 and the larger one of 30 should give snow lovers a good amount of hope that we probably have not seen the last of winter just yet.

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Still, we wanted to take the data and push it just a little bit farther. While there are many different factors and phenomenon around the globe that influence our weather here in the United States, one of the most important (and most commonly known) is El Niño and La Niña.

The majority of major snow events in this region have come during El Niño winters, take last year as an example. Currently this winter we have been in a neutral to weak La Niña pattern, which is one of the reasons we did not favor a major snow event when we wrote our winter outlook back in October.

So we took our grouping of 30 years and looked at only those years which were also in this neutral to weak La Niña leaning pattern. We once again got a grouping of only 10 years (shown above) with the stats slightly different from the larger group of 30 we previously looked at. Only 80% of cases went on to see more snow in the second half of the season than during the first half, with only 40% of these receiving more than a half a foot of snow, which last happened during the winter of 1992-1993. What is interesting about that year is that the majority of snow fell in mid-March during what is now famously known as the Storm of the Century. Parts of the region received over a foot of snow with that storm.

The general take away is this, it is still far too early to write off this winter as over from a snow perspective despite the snow drought through the first half of the snow season.

Historically, February is actually the most active month when it comes to the bigger snow storms, followed by early March. This is particularly true in the types of years with the global weather pattern we are currently seeing (neutral/weak La Niña). That being said, we still do not favor getting any storm to the level seen last year (2-3 feet), but still anticipate a more active storm pattern as we head through the next couple of months.

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So with February beginning this week, is there any sign of winter returning? In fact there is!

However, what impact they will actually have on our region remains to be seen. The first chance is actually Sunday night through Monday morning (shown above) when a weak piece of energy will slide out of the mountains and work its way across our region.

It is likely to bring some scattered, light snow showers along for the ride which could put down a spotty coating here or there around the region, with the exception of the mountains to the west which could pick up several inches. The only concern for this system will be if the snow is able to linger into the Monday morning rush it could lead to a few slick spots, however at this time we do not anticipate widespread issues with this storm.

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The next risk of snow comes right on Monday’s heels by Tuesday evening.

Models currently show a clipper system rapidly moving across the Great Lakes and spilling into the Northeast. As things stand right now, this system is too far north to bring us any widespread snowfall activity on Tuesday other than a few flurries.

Clippers are notorious for how difficult they are to forecast however, and a small southward jog in the storm track could mean snow issues for our region potentially during the evening commute on Tuesday. Remember that evening commute with the clipper before the big blizzard last year? Yes we are trying to avoid that this year.

Again this one looks like it is currently missing our region to the north, but due to its close proximity we are watching it very closely.

* Are you tracking any other winter weather? *

The third risk for snow comes into the region on Friday as a wave of low pressure tries to organize itself along a stalled frontal boundary south of the DC region.

If it is able to get its act together enough, models currently indicate that we could have the potential for a little light snow during the morning commute on Friday. The problem is, the features necessary for this storm’s formation are not all in place yet, and we do not believe we are getting a clear picture of what this system possibly could (or could not) be just yet.

Just know that the late workweek is another time period that we are watching closely, but as of this moment it is not something we are overly concerned with. Just another light snow threat.

* What about next weekend? ….. ( Continued at Link Below )

By Mike Thomas 01/28/17

MORE AT: [ www.fox5dc.com/weather/232321926-story ]

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01/28/2017

Sky is Beautiful, temps at 50F+ degrees, Sat. and Sun.

People are out cleaning off porches, getting grills ready and getting ready for Spring. Kids are in shirts without jackets. You would never know it’s the middle of Winter here on the lower and middle East Coast.

People here have forgotten all about Winter.

It’s going to Snow? Yea, right. I’ll believe it when I see it. Where’s all that snow they’re talking about? I’m still waiting. If it does, well…it is Winter.

People here Totally Disrespect Winter!

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The Temperature Forecast for Jan. 30th – Feb. 6th shows no rain as well as 50F Degree days coming up.

What this means is that “They” don’t plan on bringing any other Cold Systems Westward, cross country. “They” know that as long as I’m at Full Power, an Orgone Wave Event will intercept any westbound systems and bring not only rain but warmer temps.

They think by not bringing a system westward, an orgone wave won’t happen an thus…no rain.

Silly rabbits…tricks are for kids. Orgone Energy doesn’t need a wave event to bring rain. The East Coast was in the middle of the East Coast Soaking long before the Wave Events started, we were getting so much rain.

This seems to me to be grasping at straws…and that smells like defeat!

The Winter Games are not over yet, but it doesn’t really matter…”They” lost. They must be getting use to it by now.

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If you notice the map below…there are no weather systems headed cross country. I guess that’s one route they don’t want to take anymore. The smell of fear and defeat fills the air.

Even if they do defeat me, however unlikely :), hey…I’m only one guy. A single Guardian. I mean like…what kind of victory can that actually be for them? An entire country-wide, weather control system with the actual Winter Season on their side…defeats one Sky Guardian?

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Here’s a close up with the Frederick/DC area located by the white arrow.

We haven’t had a single Snow in the Area since I went to full strength. There’s snow around, as you can see. But so far…that’s all it is…around. 🙂

All and all, it’s been a great winter…so far.

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I only have one word for the weather controllers…”COWARDS!”

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WEATHER WARS – WINTER WARS / WINTER GAMES 2017: Fist Of The North Star! Northern Protector Strikes Back! Temps Rising In 23 States. 300 Mile Wide River Of Warmth Moves Up East Coast!

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Northern Protector Strikes Back!: The Great Lakes Guardian, the Great Lakes Region and The Upper Northeast U.S. had gotten Pounded with up to 10 blizzards, Nor’Easters or Powerful Snowstorms in Dec. 2016, and it was continuing into Jan. 2017. That’s about 2 snowstorms a week…sometimes 3!

Of course, here on the Middle and Lower U.S. East Coast…we were fine. I’d Summertized (heated the water) of my Primary G-2 to 90 degrees F, in Oct. 2016, and we got one of the warmest Octobers in history, in spite of their talk of a Polar Vortex. Though that Polar Vortex did hit the North hard, it barely touched Frederick and D.C.!

When I felt the Forces of Winter getting stronger, I simply Summertized my (3) Secondary G-1 Units on the 26th of Dec. 2016, to 80F degrees. I always check the temperatures of the Units for about (3) days afterwards…just to make sure there are no problems with any of the Aquarium Heaters.

On the 3rd day of the 28th, all the Units were at 80F degrees. It didn’t occur to me at the time as very important that the Primary Unit was reading 80F like the others. 80F is fine.

What I didn’t know at the time was that as I rearranged the (3) Secondary Units after putting the Heaters in them, I had accidentally knocked the 3-way electrical plug adapter that fed the (3) heaters for the 40 gal. Primary G-2, out of the extension cord it was plugged into.

So from the 28th of Dec. to Jan. 6th, the Primary Unit was steadily getting colder. And as it got colder, so did the weather. On the 6th, after a 2″ snow and Freezing Temps, I checked the Units temp. because it had 2″ of snow on top. It runs at nearly 100 degrees F! It should not have any snow on it! The (3) small G-1 Units were snow-free.

When I checked the temp. it was 40 degrees F. 50 degrees below where it should be! That’s just great!
The first thing I did was to find out what happened. It’s 11pm at night, 2″ of snow everywhere, like that’s alot, and it’s 20F degrees outside. Cold as hell when you are use to 50F degree days!

Before I plugged the Units back in, I took a Weather map picture as a base line for change.

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It was 20F outside while I made the changes. And the temps dropped to an average 14F degrees at night and 25 during the day over the next couple of days. Winter weather is easier to keep out than it is to remove once it’s in place. You know…entrenched.

It takes 3-5 days to “Warm” your way out of an entrenched winter situation. I.E. it takes 3-5 days to re-energize/restart a “Warm Wave Event” from the Gulf to start bringing in warm moisture and warm air again to the East Coast.

Anticipatory Intention Amplification (A.I.A.) and the Mimic Ability:
Anticipatory Intention Amplification and the Mimic Ability are (2) abilities that the G-1 and G-2 Type Water Based Orgone Accummulators have that no other weather device in the World possesses, natural or artificial.

These results have been recognized, tested and verified by many other Drought Slayers using these units.

Anticipatory Intention Amplification (A.I.A.): In simple words; When you think about doing something to achieve a certain result, you start to get the result before you do anything. It’s almost as if the G-1 or G-2 Anticipates your Intention, Amplifies it and then starts to bring it about.

Mimic Ability:
The Mimic Ability allows a smaller ORAC Unit or set up to Mimic the Ability of a much larger Unit within a certain geographical area/distance. Example: When you put a smaller G-1 Unit 40-50 miles away from the primary Unit or Set-Up, it Mimic’s exactly the power of the Primary Unit. When I put a G-1 Unit in D.C., D.C. had the exact same weather and weather mitigation abilities. And when I removed it, it lost those same abilities overnight.

When I look at the Weather map above, I see things differently than what the map says. Knowing that it takes 24 hours to bring the Unit up to Full Heat at 90F degrees, and 3-4 days to bring “The East Coast Wave Rain Event” and be at full strength, this is what I saw.

The Tuesday snow day will be a total rain day because by then “The Wave” will be here. The Wednesday will be total rain day also because…”The Wave” will be here. And because “The Wave” will return, it will bring warmer air so all the the temps that are 50F will be at least 52F-55F degrees. So that would be the 11th and 12th, Wed. and Thur.

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This Weather Map was taken on Wed. the 11th at 11pm. It shows clouds after a day of intense rains and a nice temperature increase. Nice 🙂 But that’s not all that’s hidden in these stats.

But lets start at the beginning.

On 01-06-17 I discovered my Primary G-2 Unit had become unplugged and was sitting at 40F degrees. I had no Regional or Local Winter Mitigation Ability. It took me 1 day to fix the problem and 1 day to bring it back up to temp. And this is what happened. I would be completely powerless for 3-4 days. Partial power on day 4 (10th) and full power by day 5 (11th).

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1-6-2017 Snow Spear #2, with out the point, and lower than the first, but coming straight cross country, like the other, unhindered. Normally at this point, it would of been intercepted by a Wave Event, if I had been at full power.

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1-6-2017: In this still shot, you can see the the Snow Spear coming at the same time the Frederick/D.C. area is dealing with a local snow storm. Its’ much worse looking than it was, but it came none the less. No accumulation.

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Now here’s what happened on the 11th when my Units are at Full Power locally and regionally.

01-11-17 Wed.!

This map is under a different time zone. When this was taken, it was 01-10-17 late at night…about 10pm.

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01-10-17: 10:51pm:

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It shows heavy snow activity across the entire U.S. from the West Coast to the East Coast. While my Primary Unit was down, the Arctic Jet Stream was allowed to dip low across the entire U.S. This allowed the West Coast Rains to be turned into Snow as soon as they got inland and travel cross country in the now Arctic like temps.

You can see the entire process in this (1) weather gif. The only problem for them is that, though I’m not at Full Power yet, 1 day to go, I’m still strong enough now to fend off any Snow assaults. And even though it’s cold and alot of snow is in my area, it never reached Frederick or D.C. as snow…rain only.

Now here’s what happened on the 11th when my Units are at Full Power locally and regionally.

01-11-17 Wed.!
Basically all that happened was that the East Coast Rain Wave Event returned as anticipated and chased the Snows away, as you will see in the below weather map pictures and gifs.

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Also note the incredible rains that Europe is getting in the top right corner of the above picture.

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Normally I would stop here, show you a current weather temp calendar, brag a bit and put down the weather controllers as inept.

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PART TWO:
FIST OF THE NORTH STAR! Northern Protector Strikes Back!:

THE LOOP

As I was preparing this story, I noticed something strange in the lower part of the Country…an Orgone Energy Weather Loop.

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The LOOP had just started and it’s kind of hard to see. but what’s happening is moisture from the Gulf is going up through the center of Texas into Oklahoma and veering right/East toward the East Coast. Once past the coastline, a part of it peels off and goes down the coast, turns left/West across Florida, into and across the Gulf and back into Texas, where it starts all over again…A weather Loop.

Orgone Weather Loops are very rare. I’ve only seen three. The Bali Drought Slayer had one going on for awhile. They have one in Europe sometimes, through Ireland, Britain, mainland Europe and back around again.

The 3rd one I ever saw…I was staring at it! Faint…but I could see it.

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You can see it better in this gif and pic. 01-15-17

You can see bands of rain heading south down the East Coast and converging in the Gulf with other moisture bands from near Cuba and the Caribbean. All then converge again into Central Texas where it heads toward the East Coast to start it all over again.

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Have you ever seen such?!

I have never in my life seen something like this! It’s still doing a Loop, but now it’s taking a Hard Right Turn East. I mean…how does weather make a hard right turn?! I was in Shock! Like WTH?

But truthfully, it only took me a few minutes to figure out what was going on. I was still in shock, but now there was a spark of hope inside me.

I did some quick checking and the first thing I noticed was a lack of Snow around the Great Lakes Area. That area had had constant Snow for almost a month and a half…and now there was nearly none.

I then checked the Great Lakes area temps: What I saw was (3) cold days and then a Warm-Up. This is very similar to the D.C. temp map after I go the Primary G-2 back up to temp. A few cold days and then a steady ‘warm-up’.

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I then checked the Futurecast Weather Maps and nearly fell out of my chair!

This is a Wall of Water 800-1000 miles wide, headed straight up through the Midlands straight toward the Great Lakes Region.

I was pretty awestruck.

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In the below picture, you can see where the arrow is pointing. It’s the Center of Texas where the Central Wave Event begins. You cannot get a Central Wave Event with a Frozen G-2. It’s impossible!

The Central Wave Event is the Signature of the Great Lakes Guardian like the East Coast Wave Event is the Signature of the East Coast Drought Slayer…I.E. me. 🙂

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The above 2 pictures are future cast models. Here’s the real deal!

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01-16-17: A 1500 mile wide front being feed by 2 Orgone rain Wave Events. The one on the left is the Central Wave Event, the one on the right is the East Coast Wave Event.

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What Orgone Energy did, if you can believe this, is to create a Weather Loop so it could build up power, energy and momentum like a baseball pitcher or a boxer does when they wined up there arm. When it had gathered enough energy, it unleashed the Wave and pushed it forward, propelled by Rivers of water.

It punched through the Arctic Cold like a Fist, to bring warm moisture and warmer air to the Great Lakes Region.

Pretty Darn Cool, if you ask me!

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As this rain Event passes out to sea, another Rain Event is gathering in Central Texas…

01-17-17: The whole event then turned into a standard East Coast wave Event…and that’s where we stand today.
The rain just left the Frederick area some hours ago.

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10-18-17: 5:30am Current Condition

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Great Lakes Guardian – Winter Warrior!

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ADMIN NOTE:

This is all speculation. I’m not in contact with the Great Lakes Guardian. In fact, it’s just a name I made up. 🙂
This is all Speculation based on Doppler Radar evidence, which is no evidence at all!

Basic Timeline: I noticed it on the 14th and it reached full strength on the 16th. Based on my very unscientific time schedule, that’s 3 days, minus 2 more would give him a start date of about the 11th or 12th.

And if we look above at the weather maps of the 11th and 12th, we will notice that on the 11th there was the usual amount of Snow in the area of the Great Lakes and on the 12th…there were none, for almost the 1st time in over a month!

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RELATED:

You can use this usa-state-temperature-spring-map to check average Spring Time Temps. If you compare these temps to current conditions in the Maryland and Great Lakes areas, you will see that both areas temperatures are very close to the Springtime Temps…in January!!!

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Below are the average Winter Time Temps for comparison.

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ARCTIC BLAST!

BEFORE:

Below is the Thermal Temps of the U.S. on the 14th. Notice how much of the U.S. is under Arctic Cold conditions.

01-16-17

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usa-state-temperature-spring 01-17-17 6pm

Things are getting better!!!

Temps Rising In 23+ States:

300 Mile Wide River Of Warmth Moves Up East Coast!:

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RELATED WEATHER UPDATE:

01-19-2017 12:40am Current Conditions

The entire U.S. West Coast is getting Rain…the whole thing! And another Central Wave Event is setting up.

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01-20 2017 12:30am Futurecast Doppler shows another Wave Rain Event heading toward the Great Lakes Region and the East Coast.

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And here it is: 01-19-2017 – 6:30pm

This large Rain Event also has (2) Feeder Lines at the bottom. They can clearly be seen on both weather maps. The Central Wave Event and the East Coast Wave Event are both fueling this huge Rain Wave Event. To early to tell if this is a permanent or temporary change to the now established Eastern U.S. Rain Events.

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A QUESTION OF LIFE: Is ORGONE ENERGY ALIVE?

There really is no question on whether Orgone Energy is alive. IT IS! Even Wiki reports that Orgone Energy is a Living, Life Giving Energy…or at least it did last I checked.

The only real questions are;
Is it Sentient?
Is it Self Aware?
Is it like a Single Cell organism with no thought, just reactions or does it actually think?

Orgone Energy is predictable sometimes, it acts in certain patterns. But it can change patterns and adapt to different situations.

But this situation where it actually stopped and looped a weather system to gather more strength, and then set out to accomplish a goal when it had gathered enough force…this military like maneuver…gives me something extra to think about in regards to this question of life and Orgone Energy.

IDK. Maybe I’m reading more into this than there really is.

Wade House
TDP Admin.
East Coast Drought Slayer (U.S.)
East Coast Guardian (U.S.)
Eastern Protector (U.S.)

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