LIGHT (YELLOW). Typical weather associated with etheric light can be described as follows: The sun is shining and the sky is clear. The few clouds that might be visible are thin wisps or small separate cloudlets of cumulus. During the summer the dry 'light' days are usually warm, even burning hot. During the winter the brightness makes the cold even more severe, especially at night. During the autumn and spring as the Moon in the weather score moves from the etheric earth-sector (violet) to light (yellow), this transition brings a heightened tendency towards frost. Also in general the earth/light combination is liable to lower the overall temperature. The etheric element light is depicted in the weather scores by the colour yellow.
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WATER (BLUE). Typical weather associated with etheric water is often calm and humid. The sky is grey and the rain varies from occasional thin drizzle to continuous heavy downpour. During the winter element water tends towards milder weather and reduces the cold. The first indication for the transition from light to water to have begun are the massing clouds, whose clearly defined edges gradually turn into soft cotton transforming the sky to an uniform grey. The etheric element water is depicted in the weather scores by the colour blue.
Etheric warmth brings a perceptible change to the weather, usually as an alteration compared to the previous day. Temperature is balmy and mild, not scorching. The difference between the heat caused by the element light and the warmth is the same as the difference between the gentle but profound heat of a smoke sauna and the sting of an electric sauna. The mornings can be clear and bright, but clouds will soon start to gather. Typically they are cumulus and sometimes even vertically rising pillars caused by ascending air flow.
During the winter the element warmth brings on fog and even during the summer very fine drizzles are possible. Humidity is often strongly connected with heat. The etheric element warmth is depicted in the weather scores by the colour red.
EARTH (VIOLET). Typical weather associated with etheric earth element is gusty and the clouds move rapidly over the sky. Trees bend to the wind. The clouds are ragged and often aligned. Usually about half of the sky is overcast. Light and shadow alternate as the sun frequently disappears behind the dark rain clouds. Quick showers or even short downpours are likely. Weather is above all windy but also highly variable. During the summer the temperature is often lower compared to the previous days and often even chilly. During the winter the partially cloudy sky usually reduces strong coldness. The etheric element earth is depicted in the weather scores by the colour violet.