Thursday, July 09, 2009

July 23-25, 2009 Forecast

The Solar Ingress chart for the summer 2009 season set up an interesting planetary crossing over the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico. The circled area in the map above shows where four angular planets all cross. These are the Moon (called a planet in astrology), Mercury, Jupiter, and Neptune.

This area will be activated by transit Mars from July 23-25, 2009. This carries the potential to create strong storms over this area or other weather anomalies such as high heat. When coupled with a previous forecast for July 21-22, which was based on the Solar Eclipse of September 11, 2007, here's what may happen. As stated in the July 21-22 forecast, a tropical storm or hurricane may form on along the southern Mexican coast around 103 west longitude. This storm could then send moisture up to the area now being discussed, which lies just south of Arizona and New Mexico. Here's the map showing that location in Mexico.

Solar Eclipse Action for August and September 2009
Solar Eclipse Action For June and July 2009
Introduction to the Weather Alternative
How Long-Range Forecasts Are Made


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