Thursday, March 13, 2014

Tropical Cyclone Hadi

In December 2013, I was commissioned to prepare forecasts for eastern Australia covering the month of March 2014. I had warned the interested party that during the time between March 9-12 there were a number of indications of severe weather off the Queensland peninsula at this time. This was due to the Mercury square Saturn aspect of March 11th. But an interesting development was taking place because this aspect was falling exactly on the previous Sun square Saturn aspect that took place on February 11th exactly one month earlier. Here's the astro-locality map that tipped me off as to the time and location in March.

Topical Cyclone Hadi appeared over this area on the 10th and the 11th as shown in the weather map provided by the Australia Bureau of Meteorology. Another tropical cyclone was hitting the Queensland peninsula at the same time but that's another story.

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