Saturday, August 18, 2012

Fall Weather 2012: Central U.S.


Autumn 2012 will begin on September 22nd and end on December 21st. The long-range forecasts presented here are based on the Cardinal Solar Ingress chart of September 22nd when the Sun enters the astrological sign of Libra. This key chart places the planet Saturn on the Ascendant through the central U.S. Saturn starts out over Texas and the Central Plains states as shown below. Saturn 1

As the season progresses, it will move eastward over the Mississippi Valley until by the end of autumn it will be east of the Mississippi Valley over the East Central States and Deep South as shown below. Saturn 2

Generally, it will affect the weather in the central U.S. Saturn's influence on the weather when under adverse aspects by other planets corresponds to lower temperatures, low pressure (storm systems), east wind, and humidity. Good aspects to Saturn correspond to lower temperatures and fair weather. For most of the fall season, Saturn will be trine Neptune. This aspect has been observed to bring misty, gloomy weather in the lowlands but showery and cooler weather in the interior and higher altitudes.


We'll now look at the dates of some major aspects that Saturn will receive during the season and the type of weather that will most likely ensue.


Sept 30-Oct 1
Mercury will parallel Saturn now and the Moon will opposed Mercury and Saturn on October 1st. Saturn stretches from Texas to Minnesota. We should see increasing cloudiness, easterly winds, lower temps, and possible precipitation.

Oct 4-5
Mercury will parallel Neptune and conjoin Saturn. Around this time the central Plains should experience a southerly air flow first that increases temps and humidity. The weather then may turn cloudy with some possible rain and cooler temps.


Oct 9-10
Saturn's trine to Neptune is exact now. Cloudiness, night frosts. Misty or foggy, gloomy or cloudy, showery, lower temps through the Plains area.

Oct 15-19
Venus and Jupiter make adverse aspects to Saturn, and the Sun parallels Saturn. This represents a cold and stormy time for the Plains.

Oct 21-25
Cooler and stormy around the 21st. The Sun's parallel and trine to Neptune around the 23rd should increase southerly air flow and temperatures with perhaps mild or foggy conditions. Then, on the 25th when the Sun conjoins Saturn, things turn stormier most likely due to a cold front. 

Nov 1-2
Saturn now moves closer to the Mississippi Valley and receives an adverse aspect from Mars. This should result in atmospheric disturbance over the eastern Plains and Mississippi Valley. 

Nov 14-16
Saturn and Uranus now in aspect brings fair but cooler weather over the Mississippi Valley. 

Nov 24-26
Mars and Venus aspect Saturn over the Mississippi Valley. Some breezy conditions are shown along with a rise in humidity and temperatures followed by downpours after which things may turn cooler. 

Dec 13-15
The Sun's adverse aspect to Saturn may result in a cold front bringing rain to the Great Lakes area and east of the Mississippi Valley. 

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