Thursday, February 10, 2011

This Day in Weather History

On February 10, 1899 a severe cold front hit the eastern United States. The temperature at Monterey, Virginia plunged to 29 degrees below zero!
What has convinced most students of astro-meteorology of its effectiveness is the study of past weather events and how they match up perfectly with planetary alignments. The deep freeze of Feb 10, 1899 is one such example.

According to astro-meteorology, Saturn and Uranus are planets that bring cold weather--much more so when they aspect each other. Another truism amongst astro-meteorologists is that when one of the outer planets (Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto) conjoins the degree of a previous eclipse, significant weather changes take place.

This is what happened with the Feb 10, 1899 deep freeze. A solar eclipse had taken place on December 13, 1898 at 5:43 am CST at 21 degrees Sagittarius. On Feb 9, 1899, Saturn reached this very degree of the zodiac triggering the eclipse. Saturn was also in aspect to Uranus bringing both their cold natures into the picture. Uranus was rising over the eastern United States while Saturn was rising off the U.S. East Coast.

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