Tuesday, December 21, 2010

South Texas Wet Weather Feb 16-18, 2011

The First Quarter Moon of February 11, 2011 sets up a potentially wet weather pattern for the South Texas Plains region.


As shown on the accompanying map, at the time of the First Quarter Moon, Neptune and the Moon occupy angular positions. That is to say as the Moon is setting to the west, Neptune will be anti-culminating or reaching its lowest point (directly underneath the earth).

Around the 17th, the Sun will oppose Neptune and spark this planetary combination over the Rio Grande about 150 miles southwest of San Antonio, Texas. Neptune , the most pluvial of all the celestial bodies, foreshadows abundant moisture and threatens flooding in those regions where it occupies the meridian.

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