Even though the celestial picture is brightening up somewhat today, you need to remain on alert due to two discordant sky configurations. From the land of good and plenty, take advantage of the monthly Moon-Juno union in Leo (12:07AM) by improving primary partnerships and tuning into new directions on the fashion-style-beauty horizon.
Good fortune attempts to lift your spirits several hours later as the lunar orb forms its monthly conjunction with King-of-the-Gods Jupiter (8:05AM). Use this auspicious alignment to see the future before it happens as Jupiter has always been in charge of far-sighted recognition of events that have yet to manifest on the physical plane.
One of the two troubling aspects influencing humanity today clocks in at 11:46AM when Mercury forms a contra-parallel with Pluto. Try to tweak this liaison into helping you with in-depth studies and investigations. Bounce back as a high-level achiever in the fine and graphic arts as Venus makes a supportive, 60-degree sextile with innovative Uranus (2:32PM).
The second difficult aspect on this last Sunday in April can neutralize the earlier Moon-Juno merger as Juno makes an off-kilter, 150-degree contact with Neptune (3:51PM). If you are not crystal clear in communications with a significant other, confusion and chaos can ensue. Look forward to a constructive, 60-degree rapport from the Moon to Venus (5:23PM) to set things right again. Cool your heels overnight and avoid rocking any emotional boats due to a Mars-Jupiter parallel (2:38AM tomorrow) -- a potentially volatile alignment that can spread tensions like a virus running rampant through the human kingdom.
[Note to readers: All times are calculated for Pacific Daylight Time. Be sure to adjust all times according to your own local time so the alignments noted above will be exact for your location.]