Posted November 13, 2023
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Ok, now on to the upcoming storms. The first storm will impact parts of Oregon, Idaho and Montana late Wednesday night and morning Thursday. That system will slide through Montana, maybe clip the corner of Wyoming’s Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee before making a turn to the north northeast thru Hudson Bay.
The next wave hits the Pacific Northwest around Saturday afternoon for Whistler Blackcomb. This is the PNW storm on the prediction chart below.
This storm takes the preferred track for Colorado, moving south southeast thru the Cascades into Idaho, northern Utah after 3 pm Saturday, and then Colorado by Sunday morning. By Monday, southern Colorado resorts Telluride, Silverton and Wolf Creek are in the storm. New Mexico’s Taos should have a nice wave by then as well.
Test Predictions +/- 2 Days
Nov 9th Colorado Verified 1-Day Early
Nov 17th PNW
Nov 18th Utah
Nov 19th Colorado
Nov 22nd Tahoe (maybe)
Nov 23rd Utah
Nov 24th Colorado
Nov 27th Tahoe
Nov 28th Utah
Nov 29th Colorado
We accurately predicted 3 hurricanes this year. Hilary, Idalia, and Lidia. All three storms had the correct date and location, within 1 day of the predicted date. Hilary and Idalia had the predicted path.
The season is almost over but there might be one more. There is a possibility around November 17th that is showing up on the models around Cuba in the Caribbean Sea.
You can find the original post May 19th, and all Hurricane posts on this page—most recent posts appear first. https://futuresnow.co/hurricane-forecast-2023/
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