Saturday, December 10, 2011

Winter 2011-12 West Coast

As each new season begins, conventional meteorologists spend a few minutes mentioning the exact date and time that the new season in question officially gets underway. As we get close to the beginning of winter , you will probably hear that the astronomical winter season will commence on December 21, 2011 at 11:30 p.m. CST (for those living in the Central Time Zone).
Winter 2011
Unbeknownst to them, that piece of information could lead to a more detailed understanding of the season's weather that's about to unfold--for if an astro-locality map is set up for that very moment, one can observe where planetary energies will be concentrated during the season.
The above astro-locality map is for the beginning of the Winter 2011-12 season. Along the West Coast we see a black line cutting through California and a yellow line running vertically through the Pacific Northwest and California. The black line represents the planet Neptune, which will be setting along the West Coast, and the yellow line represents the Moon, which will be exactly on the "underside" or opposite side of the earth.
These key positions reveal that both heavenly bodies will affect weather conditions there throughout the season. Neptune has been observed to bring increased precipitation, sometimes to the extreme of flooding, as well as foggy conditions, and mild temperatures in winter leading to thaws. The Moon is another harbinger of moisture so we appear to be looking at a wet winter season along the West Coast.
January 10-13, 2012 is one such time where heavy precipitation could affect the West Coast as Venus conjoins Neptune.
February 13-15, 2012 At this time Mercury will conjoin Neptune around the time of the Last Quarter Moon bringing a strong front or low pressure system over the West Coast. There are indications that the pattern may continue through February 19th.
The above map shows that the Neptune and Moon lines cross off the northern coast of the Baja Peninsula. Perhaps this represents the source of moisture that fuels these storms.
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