This article is about a very severe storm that took place on March 12th-13th 1993, on the East Coast of America. It stretched from Canada to Central America and the main impact of it was on the Eastern USA and Cuba.
The man who had predicted the storm was Goesta Wollin. Since the early 1970’s he has been convinced that the earth’s magnetism affects climate…In 1970 Wollin and a colleague, David Ericson, began to study climatic changes that have taken place since the last ice age, 11,000 years ago. By chance, the same week they finished plotting their temperature curves, an article published in Science outlined the changes in the earth’s magnetic field over the identical span of time.
Thirty years later, a flashback on the snow storm of the century which was the inspiration for the recently published poem “Starbird Hill” by Michele Cameron Drew.