Region: Desert South West (Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and Southern California.)
Date(s): Wednesday June 21, Thursday June 22 and Friday June 23, 2017
Deck: Native American
Cards Drawn: 7 of Tomahawks (or Blades, inverse), 2 of Vessels, The Fool (0 Major Arcana), Maiden of Blades (inverse), 4 of Vessels (inverse) and The Stars (17 Major Arcana, inverse)
Forecast: I know very little about the weather patterns around or through out this region, so this should be entertaining, hopefully. The first pair, the 7 or tomahawks and the 2 or vessels indicate to me both wind and rain. The 7 of Blades or tomahawks indicates to me wind but nothing extreme, I am thinking winds through out the area will maintain at about 20 to 30 mph so some shit might be blowing around but for desert people and natives to the region it isn’t anything they haven’t seen before while the 2 of vessels is a big rain card. Rain I am thinking is likely along the Texas coast and the California coast but I wouldn’t expect much that way farther inland. The 4 of vessels seems to say to me that these rains will continue possibly through out the three days of the forecast for the region. Will the weather as of Wednesday currently present persist, The Fool says Yes. The Stars inverse indicates that these patterns are not likely to change, that the human friendly forces of nature are not in play at this time.
So buckle up and be prepared. If it is hot then it will stay hot, if it is windy then it will stay windy and if it is raining then then rain should persist at least through Thursday, possibly Friday.
If this isn’t your favorite weather all I can say is I am sorry.
Otherwise, have a better than average day.