Saturday, December 17, 2011

Winter 2011-12 The Rockies

Mercury will occupy the 106th degree of west longitude in the season's key chart, which takes effect on December 21, 2011. Mercury's role in weather forecasting shows areas where cooler temperatures and high pressure will prevail and where windy conditions may center when other planets make disruptive aspects to Mercury.
Winter 2011

A few dates when Mercury will "come under attack" by negative aspects from the rest of the heavenly host are the following:

February 18, 2012
In and around this date, an influx of cold air over the Rockies
should result in windy conditions.

February 27, 2012
Similar conditions should generate cold and windy conditions around this time as well.

March 17, 2012
Mars now gets involved and is usually quite energetic in its weather influence. Expect whipping winds throughout the Rockies in and around this

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Bob said...

Has the Winter Solstice astro map for the west coast been overshadowed by the strong La Nina?
We are looking ar near record dryness despire the neptune moon cross southwest of San Diego

The Weather Alternative said...

That may be possible. I always look to the astro-factors that are involved. At times some other chart may be overshadowing Winter Solstice map such as an eclipse map. So that will be something I should investigate.