Astrometeorology: The Weather in the West (May 23-30)

May 22, 2007 by  

The Wind

It certainly has warmed up in the last couple days, and the haze and fog has largely gone away (for a little while, anyway). Now that the Sun has moved away past the Aries ingress midheaven, it will cool off again.

Well, folks, I think we are in for more of the same. The upcoming week is going to be pretty dry, and I doubt it’s going to be as hazy as the previous week. For this quarter Moon, we have the ruler of the fourth house, Jupiter, trine Saturn, which gives us a sense that the dryness will persist, whether we like it or not. There are few indications of moisture for this week.  The lunation chart, set for San Francisco, is below: 


Transiting Moon will conjoin the lunation ascendant on the 23rd, but this will bring in more wind than rain, and perhaps some haze. The Moon will also activate our angular Mercury in the Aries ingress chart, further emphasizing the windy theme of this spring. The following few days, especially the 23rd through the 25th, will continue to be fairly windy. This is because the transiting Sun will square the Aries ingress Mercury, and then the Aries ingress ascendant.

In the next few days, I will be preparing the summer forecast for the West, which promises to be interesting, though not quite as much as this upcoming winter! In any case, if I have already posted the Summer 2007 weather forecast, and you miss it, just click the astrometeorology or weather links on the left to pull all the weather related posts.


2 Responses to “Astrometeorology: The Weather in the West (May 23-30)”

  1. J on May 22nd, 2007 9:57 pm

    Hi N,

    You answered my horary question this May. I did not expect it to come so soon. Thank you very much for that. I study astrology a bit also, and look forward to spending more time reading your articles.

    I just want to ask (and this relates to my question as well but is also generally applicable to similar questions):

    In questions dealing with the probability of marriage, should not the partner’s significator be the ruler of the 5th house, rather than the ruler of the 7th? And the 7th house ruler symbolizes marriage itself?

    Just thinking. Thanks again for a great blog.

  2. gryphonastrology on May 23rd, 2007 9:40 am

    Hi J,

    You are welcome; I hope it was helpful. No – all partners are 7th house. The 5th are your children, creations, and sex. No need for separate significator of marriage itself.


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