Monday, November 25, 2013

Christmas Day Weather 2013


A boisterous weather system will affect the Northeast U.S. and New England on Christmas Day this year. The storm system will carry potentially damaging winds as an energetic low pressure area or strong front treks through the region.

This long-range forecast is based on the relationship observed between planetary phenomena and atmospheric changes as expounded upon by Johannes Kepler, the discoverer of the planetary laws of motion. A fully documented record of his work from 1602 to 1629 appears in Kepler’s “Mysterium Cosmographicum.”

In regards to Christmas Day, the celestial alignments taking place at this time include the opposition of the planets Mars and Uranus as well as Mars’ activation of the July 1, 2011 Solar Eclipse. As seen in the astro-locality map below, a number of planetary influences (represented by the white, blue, and black lines on the map) congregate over the U.S. Northeast.


The last opposition between Mars and Uranus occurred on July 18, 2012. This particular opposition also affected the same northeastern section of the country. Accuweather reported on this date that “vicious storms” affected Boston, NYC, Philly, and DC. They warned of “beastly storms” packing “damaging blasts of wind.” Hail, lightning, and blinding downpours also accompanied the storms.

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