MAJOR SNOWFALL TO STRIKE CALIFORNIA SOON!
Had this dream very early this morning before dawn on Thursday, January 17, 2008.
Saw a map of the State of California in a pronounced, outlined manner with other areas faded out to give definitive focus and attention to the State of California as opposed to any other surrounding states or places in the west coast region. Suddenly white glistering, crystal-like snow flakes where scattered almost evenly throughout the center of the state map in a circular formation almost as if from out of the mouth of a high, overhead, centralized wind force. These snow-flake-crystals were bright white and magical in their appearance and display. Dream ended.
Possible interpretation is that a major, perhaps historic, snowfall will strike CENTRAL CALIFORNIA soon, perhaps within the next 7-14 days. We will watch to see. Other interpretations are possible as well, which will not be explored at this time.
NORMAL WINTER WEATHER FOR MUCH OF CALIFORNIA
Rain plummet Southern California today with the mid-west seeing winter temperatures below zero for much of this week with a low today of 4°F in St. Louis, Missouri. No snow seen or predicted by the National Weather Service over the past seven (7) days for Central California that might give substance or meaning to this dream.
At this moment, January 24, 2008 at 1:17 PM, EST, The National Weather Service has flood warnings and winter weather advisory for much of Central, Southern and Northern California with snow warnings for the San Francisco Bay area to taper off by this evening, nine hours from now, California PDT time. There is high snow fall around I-80 near Mount Shasta in California that is causing problems for commuters and travelers alike, but nothing beyond winter wonder expectations! Interstate-5 north of Redding is also experiencing some snow in California.
Three Low Pressure systems (L) are predicted by the National Weather Service to wander in successive order from the Canadian arctic north along the southern and northern west coast Pacific shore lines of California maintaining heavy rainfalls throughout Central California for much of this weekend.
Nothing at this time seem to suggest a major or historic winter storm for Central California. We’ll continue to monitor developments in California during the remaining two strong winter months of February and March 2008.
It appears as if the snow fall is just beginning in full scale in Central & Southern California…
SNOW & RAIN STRIKE THE WEST COAST & CENTRAL & SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Since January 23, 2008, the west coast and much of California have been hit by record levels of rain and snow, including San Francisco, and these trends continue with more low pressure systems moving into the west coast region from the Pacific north before traveling across the Midwest and southeastern region of the country causing deaths, much snow, cold weather, havoc and destruction along the way. We will continue to monitor these strange weather patterns that have been plaguing the west coast region since mid-October 2007. For links to news articles that cover this strange weather phenomena, please click on Aurora1313 above in this note. This dream of a major snowfall striking Central California that was recorded in the Dream Registry on January 17, 2008 has been fulfilled for the most part with still more snow and rain to come in the future!
HEAVY SNOW STORM HITS CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
At the time of this posting, USAToday reported that a powerful storm dumped 29 inches of snow over in Central California, while rain plummet northern and southern California. The National Weather Service expects snowfall to reach up to four feet or 48 inches this weekend. According to California Department of Transportation, Interstate 80 over Donner Summit was closed for over FOUR hours because of high winds and poor visibility.
EARTHQUAKES & SNOW AVALANCHE IN NEVADA
In neighboring Nevada, which experienced a magnitude 6.0 earthquake on Thursday, February 21, 2008 and a 4.3 magnitude earthquake on Friday, February 22, 2008 with shock waves continuing, Highway 88 over Carson Pass near Lake Tahoe was closed this morning for nearly 2 hours after a snow avalanche trapped two vehicles.
SURPRISE SNOW STORM HITS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
FOXNews reported on Friday, February 15, 2008 that a surprise storm struck San Diego County, California with snow and rain, stranding as many as 500 motorists on a mountain freeway and pouring mud down onto another roadway but causing no major damage or injuries.
SNOW CLOSED MAJOR CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2008
According to FOXNews, authorities helped hundreds of motorists stranded in the snow at Tejon Pass in Central California after a powerful snow storm forced the closure of California’s major north-south interstate in the mountains north of Los Angeles. According to FOXNews: “Traffic was halted … in both directions on Interstate 5 in Tejon Pass, which rises to an elevation of 4,144 feet between the Los Angeles Basin and the San Joaquin Valley. Early Thursday, a commercial inspector for the California Highway Patrol said CHP officers and Caltrans workers still were escorting down from the Pass area “hundreds” of motorists stranded by the snow and roadway closure.”
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WINTERY WEATHER ENDS NEXT FRIDAY
As we closed out the winter season and entered spring on the east coast, some parts of the USA is still in deep winter. This is attributed to Mars being in a “fall” position in Cancer in both the Tropical and Sidereal Zodiacs until next Friday, May 9, 2008 when Mars will enter Leo in the Tropical Zodiac causing temperatures in northern Temperate Climate Regions of the world to soar to record levels! A heavy spring snowstorm moved across Colorado today and is expected to dump up to 16 inches of snow in the High Country. USAToday reported that “A storm dumped up to 13 inches of snow in the Colorado mountains and along the Front Range, forcing the postponement of the Atlanta Braves-Colorado Rockies game.” The National Weather Service said 8 to 16 inches of snow could fall in the northern mountains. Up to 11 inches was forecast for the central mountains of the USA. “Don’t be fooled by the date,” forecasters said in a heavy snow warning. With Mars moving into the fire sign of Leo next week, we should expect a complete reversal of these deep wintery weather conditions with temperatures soaring to record levels by Friday, May 9th.