To begin trending my tarot forecasting results, I performed this spread for the first seven days of September for the region of eastern New England where I live. The readings fell within the expected range for this time of year (that is, mostly hot with no unseasonable cooling anticipated and little if any rain). Here is the breakdown:
September 1: 10 of Wands – Unseasonably warm
September 2: 10 of Wands – Unseasonably warm
September 3: 6 of Cups – Pleasant with moderating temperatures
September 4: 7 of Cups – Cloudy (small chance of rain)
September 5: 8 of Wands – Windy and mild
September 6: 10 of Wands – Unseasonably warm
September 7: 7 of Cups – Cloudy (small chance of rain)
Hotter than normal temperatures are indicated for much of the week. It looks like a front may pass through from the 3rd to the 5th, bringing a cloudy interlude but no real break in the pattern as the heat resumes on the 6th after the clouds blow through. Clouds return at the end of the period, which I will pick up in the next installment. At this time of year, any weather front can bring thunderstorms with potential heavy rain, but there is no indication of steady precipitation in this outlook.
I will update this post when the outcome of the forecast is known. I’m tagging it as a “World Event” reading since weather is a global phenomenon.