Saturday, June 18, 2011

July 1-11 Long-range Weather Forecast

Around July 1st, from an astrometeorological view, Venus begins to affect the Mississippi Valley. The influence of Venus on the weather tends to increase the moisture content of the atmosphere. Winds are generally from the south accompanied by rising temperatures. This corresponds to a maritime tropical air mass, which should be especially pronounced around the 4th.

As we move into the 7th through the 10th and Venus makes its square to Uranus and its opposition to Pluto, the indications are for a more disruptive influence on the weather. Coupled with other aspects, moisture will be drawn up from the Gulf generating storms up through the central Mississippi Valley. There is a chance that a tropical system will form in the Gulf around 90 west longitude and 23 north latitude.

The area in and around the Bahamas is another area that may show signs of tropical storm development around July 7-10.

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