Weather Eye: How to do a 5-day Forecast

With Dennis Klocek

Learn how to develop what the old timers called a weather eye: making reliable 5-day weather forecasts by using cloud formations, wind directions, old weather rhymes and basic lunar rhythms. A good forecaster can look at a cloud, assess the wind, recall the moon’s position and bring up an appropriate weather rhyme to help organize the next couple of days work. In a meeting of the old world and the new, what the weather eye has seen in actual phenomena can be strengthened by online information that is readily available. By day’s end, you should be able to easily make a 3-day forecast and with more practice a 5-day forecast. This could be part of your tool kit for your agricultural work that is at the mercy of the weather.

Topics will include: reading cloud formations; frontal passages that are familiar in West Coast seasonal patterns; assessing the value of old farmers weather rhymes; sun and moon lines and the patterns of declination that drive the shifts that create weather patterns.

In conjunction with the Biodynamic Association of Northern California (BDANC) Saturday January 8 with Dennis Klocek , Climate: The Soul of the Earth

About the presenter

Dennis Klocek, founder of the Coros Institute, is the Director of the Consciousness Studies Program, a study of alchemy and transformation at Rudolf Steiner College. Dennis is in great demand as an international lecturer and is author of five books including Seeking Spirit Vision and The Seer’s Handbook. Some of his recent work may be found at


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Sliding scale $75-$100.
Preregistration by January 3th includes lunch and refreshments made from biodynamic and local ingredients.

Amounts above $75 can be considered a donation for scholarships: receipt is available upon request.


At beautiful Frey Vineyards,
14000 Tomki Rd, Redwood Valley, CA 95470


From Hwy 101 (north of Ukiah, just north of Hwy 20) take the “West Road” Redwood Valley Exit. At the top of the ramp turn east onto West Road. Follow for about 4 miles. At the “T” turn left onto Tomki Road. Follow for 1.9 miles. The entrance to the Frey Vineyard is on the left.


Suggested hotels

  • The Discovery Inn, Ukiah 707-462-8873
    ask for group rate code: CORBIO
  • Holiday Inn Express, Ukiah 707-462-5745
  • Motel Six, Ukiah 707-468-5404

For more information including scholarship assistance call 916-717-6007.