There's been an amazing amount of rain and lightning every day here in Denver, Colorado. On Thursday evening, June 4th, marble-sized hail fell and damaged any cars which happened to be outside under it - driving or parked. I was driving through it, and through significant flooding on the streets within 5 miles of my house. It was dark, too, so the road was quite hard to see. It would be interesting to see if there is any correlation between the heavy rainy weather and the astrological chart.
Below is the chart for Denver at 9PM on June 4th. Some aspects that quickly jump out include Sun conjunct Mars, Sun exactly quincunx Moon, Mercury retrograde square Neptune, Uranus trine Jupiter, Mars sextile Jupiter, and Mars quincunx Pluto.
Mars is the warlike quality and denotes aggressive action, and it is in play with Sun, Jupiter, and Pluto. The Sun gives the aggressiveness prominence, Jupiter expands it, and Pluto makes its effects deeper and crisis-prone.
Mercury retrograde square Neptune indicates the involvement of confusion and water volumes in contributing to things going awry in potentially difficult ways.
And the Sun quincunx Moon indicates creature discomforts.
So, we can say that the day's transits denote significant potential for experiences marked by aggressive energies causing things to go awry, either through confusion, or through water, or both!
However, to be complete, it would be good to compare the springtime transits in Denver over many years and see how transits correlate to the weather over those years. It would be great to see someone take this study on and discuss it!