Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Solar Eclipse Action For June and July 2009

The long-range weather forecasting technique used by astrometeorologists in part relies on watching for the outer planets (Mars through Pluto) to make hard aspects to recent solar eclipse degrees. Here is a list of some of those triggers to solar eclipses and an idea of how weather patterns will respond.

June 8-11, 2009
Mars will trigger the solar eclipse of January 26, 2009 on these dates. An interesting planetary set-up forms of the southern coast of Mexico at this time as Mercury squares the Jupiter-Neptune conjunction as shown in the map at left. Here we see that Mercury, Jupiter, and Neptune are all angular around 95 west longitude and 13 north latitude. Storm potential is indicated by this combination. We are at the beginning of hurricane season at this point. So a tropical system is one possibility.

June 12-15, 2009
Mars will activate the solar eclipse of August 1, 2009 on these dates affecting the areas in and around Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware. Mars action is usually energetic and related to heat. This may be the trigger that sets off severe storms over this area.

July 21-23, 2009
The Venus-Saturn square at 18 degrees of Virgo and Gemini will fall exactly on the solar eclipse degree of September 11, 2007. This double influence on the sensitive eclipse degree will affect weather patterns over the west coast of Mexico on into the Mexican interior along 103 west longitude. As can be seen from the accompanying astro-locality map, Venus crosses with Saturn around 18 north latitude concentrating their stormy influence there. This is another possible tropical storm breeder. The Mexican interior may also experience severe weather as can the U.S. Rocky Mountains.

July 27-29, 2009
The solar eclipse of July 21, 2009 sets up an interesting crossing between Mars, Jupiter, and Neptune. As shown in the astro-locality map, this crossing forms along the Gulf Coast over the Texas-Louisiana state line. This may trigger severe weather there but since Venus will contribute a fair weather influence at this time, it remains to be seen if the normal severe weather indicated by this crossing materializes or not.

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