Monday, March 24, 2008

The Mercury-Venus Conjunction and Weather

Portions of central and southern Texas had a wet and dreary Easter Sunday in accordance with The Weather Alternative's long-range forecast for March 23-25. The conjunction between Mercury and Venus, which centered over 99 west longitude was the astrological reasoning behind the forecast that call for a warm and moist air mass to be pulled northward over Texas and the Plains setting off storms.

The wet weather was pretty much confined to the Texas area and not to the rest of the Plains as the forecast suggested.

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