WARNING You Think The Storm Pattern Is Over? Martin Storm Pattern Version 2.0 Starts This Weekend and Large Storms Hit Surrounding Valentine’s Day


With all these storms in the first Martin Storm Pattern hitting you would think we would be done like we were in January?  Not a chance!  As per my February 2019 forecast released on January 29th, it stated we would have multiple storm patterns and such one will return once again starting this weekend so read on for details of the Martin Storm Pattern version 2.0 … This is yet another burn area warning.

On January 29th, 2019 I wrote the February 2019 forecast.  It was a lot different than my January forecast for the middle part as January had more of a break than we are going to see.  My numbers clearly showed multiple storm patterns and the article read, “Based on what I am seeing in my numbers, the beginning of the month is still projected to bring nearly half that rainfall forecast. We have breaks in-between and I want to say we will get yet another pattern by mid-month so watch those Valentine’s Day forecasts. Quite literally this next month’s forecast has very little break periods and a persistent area of low pressure that would keep the onshore flow and a lack of major ridging over the area for moisture to continue pumping in.. even if it is light rain at times.”  Click here to read the February 2019 forecast article

Such a quote from that far back shows the ability of the long range forecasting I work very hard on.  That is why these are called Martin Storm Patterns.  Because no one would see what I see way ahead of time, thus the pattern is like a comet and named after the discoverer’s last name, similar to the rising famous Martin Storm Diamond.  You can click or hover over those under-lined words to read what everything means.

With any-case, The first system is expected this Weekend, followed by more powerful systems this next week.  Some systems are warm and some are cold type.  It is truly a mixed-bag out there.  As for timing … it just cannot be pinpointed.  The Martin Storm Pattern 2.0 could easily last a week or more with multiple storm systems lined up.  This is yet another burn area warning so get prepared ahead of time.

Monday’s forecast is going pretty well. – Click here for today’s forecast article

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