Saturday, May 14, 2011

Hurricane Season 2011 Baja, Mexico

The map below shows the planetary influences at work over the Baja California at the time of the summer solstice. The summer solstice chart is used by astro-meteorologists to assess weather patterns for the summer season and issue long-range weather forecasts.
This map for the summer of 2011 in particular is of interest because of the planetary influences that concentrate over the Baja California. The two crossing lines represent the influences of Mars and Neptune. In addition to their crossing, the two planets are in a 90 degree relationship which indicates a distruptive influence on weather patterns.

Neptune's influence on the weather correlates with tropical moisture, high humidity, and heavy downpours. Mars adds energy to weather patterns through heat. Together this planetary combination can indicate low pressure areas that bring strong storms and heavy rainfall. Tropical storms and hurricanes fit this description as well.

Vacationers considering the Baja California as their destination this year should note the following dates as times when low pressure areas and/or tropical systems could threaten the area. My Hurricane Season 2011 forecasts will appear in the August edition of Dell Horoscope.

June 21-23, 2011
This is when the summer solstice chart takes effect and the square or 90 degree aspect between Mars and Neptune makes their initial contact.

July 29-31, 2011
Mercury triggers the Mars-Neptune set up now. This has the potential to result in a low pressure that generates strong winds and rain.

August 5-8, 2011
Mercury retrograde, itself an indication of windy conditions, triggers Mars-Neptune again bringing the potential a tropical system.

August 20-25, 2011
Conditions are now conducive for a low pressure system to form over the area as Venus triggers Mars and Neptune.

September 7-10, 2011
Mercury once again enters the equation and brings the possibility of a low pressure area or tropical system over the Baja.

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