Stay under the speed limit this morning and take a conservative approach.
Caution lights are up—we have a strange lineup in the Skywatch today. Mercury Rx meets realistic Saturn in the heavens at 4:05 am PST early Wednesday morning. The Moon squares goofy Uranus a few minutes later—likely you’ll sleep through all this.
An invigorating Mercury Rx sextile to Mars at 7:58 am is followed by the Moon squaring impatient Mars at 9:56 am and then turning Void of Course until she enters fiery Leo at 12:37 pm.
After all this static the best hours of the day follow and green lights come on as daring Mars makes a harmonious sextile to dependable Saturn at 1:21 pm Wednesday afternoon.
Stay up late and you get a kiss as the Moon trines sweet Venus at 1:01 am tomorrow morning. I suspect you’ll agree it’s been a strange day.
As times change.