Sunday, April 07, 2013

April 2013 Heat

The next Sun-Mars conjunction will take place on April 17, 2013. When Mars is configured with the Sun the temperature rises. This aspect takes place about every two years.

The last conjunction was on February 4, 2011. The chart for that winter season placed the conjoined planets just off the U.S. West Coast. The Weather Channel reported on February 5th that temperatures would be 5 to 10 degrees above average across the Great Basin and the West Coast. Meteorologists also pointed out that the warmer air was thawing out the Rockies as temperatures increased.


April 17-21, 2013

The key chart for the 2013 spring season places the Sun-Mars conjunction over Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada. Increasing temperatures over this area may give way to unsettled conditions which sometimes occur with Sun-Mars conjunctions.

Another key chart, the Full Moon chart of March 27th, places the Sun-Mars conjunction over California and the Pacific Northwest. As mentioned in a previous post about the California Water Shortage, this should bring warmer and drier conditions to the area.


Still other key charts show the Sun-Mars conjunction affecting a large portion of the United States. We may see a general warm up spreading across the country during the days following the April 17th conjunction.

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