North Atlantic and North Pacific charts from the OPC from 29 April 2014.

The lunar spell started on the 29th.

In the north Atlantic from the get go, the Icelandic lows acted strangely. (But not all that strangely by the standards set for this year.) Notice how they rotate backwards from the 29th on:

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Things are slightly different in the Gulf of Alaska. Here the Aleutian Low drops straight down south, out of the Gulf, instead of going ashore at Alaska:

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Here is the link where you can find the originals and see for yourselves:

http://www.opc.ncep.noaa.gov/Loops/

These people have absolutely nothing to do with astrology. In fact they are most likely at the forefront of any that say there is no such thing as the moon or planets affecting our weather.

And they may be right.

But I don’t think so.

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