Monday, May 14, 2012

July 14-19, 2012 Hurricane Season Outlook

We continue to look at how the Uranus-Pluto and Jupiter-Neptune squares will possibly affect weather patterns during Hurricane Season 2012. This post looks at the time period between July 14-19. At this time Uranus and Mercury will make their retrograde stations, the Sun will square Saturn, and more importantly, Mars will trigger the close Uranus-Pluto square by first squaring Pluto and then opposing Uranus on the 17th and 18th.

Aspects of this sort by Mars to Uranus and Pluto usually coincide with very energetic weather patterns provoking high wind velocities and dangerous atmospheric conditions. There is a contrary influence at work during this time as Jupiter moves into a sextile aspect with Uranus. This influence usually manifests with fair weather patterns. Be that as it may, I think that it will be difficult for that aspect to completely override the Mars-Uranus-Pluto influence. track_chart The above map shows the locations that various planetary alignments are likely to affect as we approach the Mars aspects on July 17th and 18th. The 14th shows that there is the potential for a storm system to develop around the Windward Islands. There is also another influence setting up off the North Carolina and Virginia coasts. The 17th highlights an area north of Puerto Rico, and the 18th pinpoints another just southwest of Bermuda.

Except for the area off the North Carolina and Virginia coasts on the 14th, the other areas seem to form a natural progression from south to north between the 14th and the 18th starting at the Windward Islands. The key Solar Ingress chart for the season places the Uranus-Pluto influence over the New England area so one possibility is that a tropical system forms around the 14th over the Windward Islands and moves northward with its eyes on New England.

Of course, there is always the possibility that some other type of severe weather is indicated by these alignments that is not tropical in nature. In such a case, other types of severe storms may affect the New England area at this time.

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