Tuesday, May 20, 2014

East Coast Hurricane? September 2014

A Weather Alternative follower recently wrote asking if there were any indications of hurricanes for Maryland this September. After checking various charts and planetary alignments, I've put together some dates that may be worth watching for possible hurricane or severe weather activity along the East Coast.


Sept 7-10
During this period, we're dealing with the square of Mercury to Pluto, and the opposition of Venus to Neptune. Some of the keys charts used in long-range weather forecasting place these planets over the Virginia and North Carolina area. At this time, the Solar Eclipse of November 3, 2013 is triggered also highlighting the East Coast area again. This may be indicative of tropical activity or some kind of severe weather.

Sept 14-15
Mars triggers the Solar Eclipse of May 20, 2012 at this time. I've used this solar eclipse to forecast severe weather and hurricanes in the past. Check out this post. It was based on this chart that I forecast Hurricane Sandy five months in advance. Read about it here. Although I wouldn't expect such a devastating storm this time, since this eclipse has a history of producing severe weather and hurricanes, it's worth watching now.

Sept 20-23
There are 3 planetary alignments working together now. Venus parallels Uranus, Mars squares Neptune, and Pluto makes its direct station. A number of key charts localizes these planetary pairs over the East Coast. What makes it more interesting is that Saturn will oppose the Solar Eclipse degree of May 9, 2013. This places Neptune over the East Coast as Mars makes its square.

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