The Astrology of Weather: New York, CT and New England Blasted by Winter Blizzard

3 AM Feb 9 2013 Snowfall(Astrology Explored) After three major storms in two years, the last thing New York and Connecticut residents need is another devastating storm. Yet, up to two and half FEET of snow is projected to slam weather weary NYC and Connecticut. Compared to the storm of 1978 which hit on February 5 and lasted until February 7, this Nor’easter is forecasted to produce winds of over 35 miles per hours.

Comparisons to the 1978 storm are apt. In both storms, the Sun is in Aquarius, the Moon is in Capricorn, and Jupiter is in Gemini. Uranus and Saturn influences predominate. Uranus highlights the unusual nature of these storms. Saturn brings cold and Jupiter in Gemini brings gale force winds.

Usually in storms we see a T-Square. Instead in both of these storms we see Pluto playing a strong role. In the 1978 chart, Pluto challenges (squares) the Capricorn Moon. Today’s storm has Pluto in the same zodiac sign as the moon. In the 1978 chart Uranus challenges (squares) Venus. In today’s chart Saturn challenges Venus. These are deadly storms. For safety we should stay put at home. Connecticut Governor Danell Malloy agrees. He put a rare travel ban for all vehicles on the major interstates.

Below are the charts for both storms.

Horoscope chart of Feb 8, 2013

Horoscope chart of Blizzard of Feb 1978

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