Sunday, April 29, 2012

June 10-12, 2012 Long-range Weather Forecast

Mercury will activate the approaching Uranus-Pluto square on June 11th by first forming a square to Uranus and then an opposition to Pluto. The Moon then enters the picture on the 12th by conjoining Uranus and squaring Pluto. Since earthly weather patterns respond to these planetary alignments as amply attested to on the pages of this blog, our purpose here is to determine the type of weather pattern that will ensue as well as the place.

A number of key charts such as the Solar Ingress, Full Moon, and Last Quarter Moon charts concentrates the Uranus-Pluto influence over the eastern U.S. especially the New England and eastern Canada area. Since the square of Mercury to Uranus excites wind velocities, cold, and stormy conditions, and the opposition of Mercury to Pluto also brings cold fronts and storminess, this could be a time of increased storminess over the areas mentioned above.
June 11
The area around 69 west longitude and 34 north latitude which lies about 480 miles east of the North Carolina coast may show the development of a low pressure system or cold front at this time. There is only one influence in the New Moon chart that seems to contradict all of the above. Since this New Moon is an eclipse, it may be important. Transit Jupiter will conjoin the solar eclipse degree and may bring a warm and fair influence that will compete with the cold and storminess of Mercury, Uranus, and Pluto.

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Tom said...

Consistent with ImpactWeather's ( 2012 Outlook. To learn more about how to better prepare for the only storm that matters - the one that hits you, check out the 23rd Annual Hurricane Seminar from ImpactWeather -

The Weather Alternative said...

I'm sure impactweather will have some important information. As usual, I will be posting long-range weather forecasts for Hurricane Season 2012 to pinpoint the times and places of likely hurricane strikes.

Last year I was able to pinpoint 10 of the tropical systems months beforehand. You can read more here: