Friday, August 10, 2012

More On Texas Rain 2012

I've dedicated a number of posts over the last months to the need for rain in Texas. The key planetary influences during the spring and summer of 2012 have been Neptune and Jupiter. My first post back in November 2011, Texas Summer 2012, explained the role of Neptune and the Neptune-Jupiter square. Then in June of this year, I discussed how those predictions were being fulfilled in a post entitled Texas Drought Update. In July of this year, I posted the dates and places that will be affected by the Jupiter-Neptune square in a post called Jupiter-Neptune and Heavy Rain.

In this post we'll look at some dates when the Jupiter-Neptune configuration over Texas will be activated in August and September of this year. We'll discuss the likelihood of these aspects producing needed rain. Here is a look at the astro-locality map for the summer season with the positions of Neptune and Jupiter. Ne Ju
 Neptune's position is shown by the yellow line running along the 101st degree of west longitude, and Jupiter's position is shown by the black line running along the southern coast of Texas, across the Mississippi Valley and into the Great Lakes. These positions were activated recently by the Last Quarter Moon of July 10, 2012. The weather that ensued brought some good rain to southern Texas. The next map is a precipitation map for July 11, 2012. It shows the rain basically forming the same pattern the planetary lines do in the astro-locality map.
  11 Ne-Ju lines

August 21-25, 2012
Around this time a number of important aspects are made to Neptune which include the parallel of Mars. This parallel aspect, exact on the 21st, increases temperatures and humidity, so we may be looking at a heat wave but with the potential to trigger thunderstorms. The Sun makes a contra-parallel to Neptune on the 22nd, which also increases temps and humidity. The big action happens on the 24th when the First Quarter Moon falls in square and opposition along with Venus' ses-square to Neptune. These aspect seems to have more power to increase, not only temps and humidity, but rain potential.

Sept 1-3, 2012
At this time, Mercury will oppose Neptune. This aspect also increases temperatures by inducing southerly air flows and increasing temperatures and humidity with the chance of precipitation.

Sept 6-8, 2012
Venus now will make a minor aspect to Neptune. At the most this should once again should bring sultry weather due to increasing temperatures and humidity.

Sept 16-18, 2012
Mercury aspects Neptune bringing southerly winds and higher temperatures.

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