Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Track of Future Tropical Storm Cristobal

Meteorologists are expecting conditions to become more conducive for the low pressure area over the Caribbean Islands to develop into Tropical Storm Cristobal. Some even think that the system could intensify into a hurricane. The Accuweather graphic below suggests the possible tracks that it might take if it develops as expected.

The Solar Eclipse of November 25, 2011 may have something to offer regarding the storm's track. On August 25th, this eclipse will be spurred into action by the New Moon that takes place on the same day. Then on the 26th the position that Mercury held at that time will also be activated by other factors. As shown in the astro-locality map below, this pinpoints the area along 77 west longitude which passes through the North Carolina coast and then northward indicating a possible landfall over North Carolina. There is always a chance that this particular planetary alignment might signify some other type of severe weather condition that develops over 77 west longitude.

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