Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Jupiter-Neptune and Heavy Rain

In recent posts I've talked about the effect of the Jupiter-Neptune square of June 25, 2012 and the Uranus-Pluto square of June 24, 2012. I've mentioned how one of the main influences of Jupiter-Neptune pertains to heavy rainfall. Here's another look at how this has played itself out since the square took place at the end of June and some dates and places where the effects should manifest again in the future.

One area that was directly affected by the Jupiter-Neptune square was the Philippine Islands. As can be seen from the astro-locality map below, the two planets crossed over the Philippines on June 25th at the time of the exact square. Phil

The very next day, Accuweather reported that Tropical Depression Doksuri formed east of the Philippines and would bring locally heavy rain to the islands as it made its way towards Hong Kong. The National Weather Service map below shows Doksuri affecting the islands on the 27th of June. 553285_321436724611891_604511869_n

Another important crossing occurred over eastern Canada between the Sun and Neptune as shown in the next astro-locality map. Newfoundland

On the 26th, this area of New England and eastern Canada was hit by heavy rainfall as shown in the map below. 26 Maine

Accuweather reported on the 26th that enough rain would fall on Maine and neighboring Canada on the 26th and 27th to cause localized flooding problems. The storm system was tapping into some tropical moisture from Debby which helped bring the drenching rain. As I pointed out in another post, the Uranus-Pluto square was also operating over this area and was also a contributor to the weather pattern.

The Jupiter-Neptune square will be triggered in upcoming months and we should look to these same areas--the Philippines and New England-Eastern Canada-- for reactions that also bring heavy rain although we should not expect a tropical depression in every case. Here are some dates when we could expect such weather.

August 25, 2012
September 2, 2012
October 5, 2012
October 11, 2012
November 2, 2012
November 10, 2012
November 24, 2012

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