Sunday, October 23, 2011

Developing Caribbean System

An area of disturbed weather in the Caribbean may fulfill my long-range weather forecast published in the August edition of Dell Horoscope. The forecast was prepared in February of 2011.
22 Caribbean

Here's the original forecast:

Oct 26-29
With the Moon at its closest approach to earth on the 26th, weather patterns often intensify. This coincides with the squares of Mercury and Venus to Mars. Astro-locality maps place these configurations over an area in and around the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico and its southern neighbor, Belize. Chances are very strong now for a tropical system to form in the western Caribbean or be drawn to this area from further east endangering this portion of Mexico and Central America.

As of today, the National Weather Service is giving this area of disturbed weather a 60 percent chance of developing into a tropical system.

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