Sunday, October 07, 2007

Mars and the Full Moon Oct 5-7, 2007 Forecast Results

The following long-range weather forecast was based on the September 26th Full Moon. At the time of Full Moon, the Sun was over longitude 118 west while the Moon was exactly opposite the Sun at longitude 61 east. Mars squared this degree on October 5th prompting the forecast below.
Oct 5-7
The Full Moon of September 26 left its mark over the Intermountain West and is now activated by Mars.Expect stormy conditions to hit the area.
From Accuweather:
Storm Brings Wild Winds Updated: Friday, October 05, 2007 7:58 AM A storm system in the northern Rockies has dropped snow in the Cascades, Bitterroots of Montana, and Sierra Nevada, while causing very windy conditions in some places. Some areas to the east of the Sierra had winds that gusted to more than 100 mph! As this disturbance moves into the Plains by Saturday, more strong winds will whisk through passes and peaks of the Intermountain West, as well as the central valley of California and the northern Plains.
The day is yours, and yours also the night; you established the sun and moon.
It was you who set all the boundaries of the earth; you made both summer and winter. - Psalm 74:16-17

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