Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Fall Weather 2012: The U.S. West Coast


This year the fall season will begin on September 22, 2012 when the Sun crosses the equator on its southward journey. An astro-locality map set for this time, shows a number of planets that are positioned over the Pacific Northwest and northern California and that will affect weather patterns over this area. The presence of Uranus and Pluto in a tight square along with Mercury promises a boisterous, stormy season when these planets are activated throughout the ensuing months. Following are some of the dates and brief descriptions of the weather to excpect at those times.

Sept 25-29, 2012
very stormy weather system is expected packing high velocity winds and precipitation over the West Coast.

October 1-3, 2012
A cold and possibly windy high pressure area or front affects the region.

October 8-10, 2012
A cool, fair weather pattern.

October 20-21, 2012
Windy and stormy conditions.

November 1-3, 2012
A front or storm systems enters the area.

November 4-6, 2012
Southerly winds bring increasing temperatures.

November 14-15, 2012
Colliding air masses produce stormy conditions along the coast.

November 20-23, 2012
A windy and stormy system hits the area.

November 26-27, 2012
Cold, high pressure may collide with a warm, moist air mass and generate stormy conditions along the coast.

November 28-30, 2012
Stormy conditions continue along the coast as winds push inland.

December 13-17, 2012
Cold, high pressure and wind over the region.

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