Monsoon is here!
Now, the moon orbit is neither to the North(winter) nor south(summer). Of course, I am observing from Vadodara, Gujarat, India, which is in the Northern Hemisphere.
The moon orbit now, is dead center, right along the sun orbit.
This means that the sun is not orbiting dead center (from east to west), but must be orbiting north or south of the central orbit (which is now occupied by the moon. I am thinking, since the monsoon is in the northern hemisphere, the sun would be in a northern orbit… and if the monsoon would be in the southern hemisphere, it would be in the sourthern sky … with relation to the moon.
Clearly, the moon is going to be maintaining a central path … going straight from east to west …