Sunday, May 26, 2013

Results for California Water Shortage May 20, 2013 Forecast

In a recent April post, I added a couple of dates to the forecasts regarding the California Water Shortage. The first date I mentioned was the time in and around May 20, 2013. This period was supposed to be important due to the Uranus-Pluto square that fell over the West Coast states.

The idea was that this planetary alignment should coincide with a strong cold front or low pressure area bringing windy conditions and some precipitation. The National Weather Service map below is for May 21st. The Weather Channel reported that a storm system brought showers and thunderstorms to Washington, Oregon, and north Idaho. The storm system then stalled keeping the Northwest showery and cool for the next few days with some snow in the higher elevations but no precipitation for California.

May 21

In an upcoming post, we'll look at when this planetary alignment will be triggered in the future and what it might mean for the West Coast area.

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