October 2011 Southern California SkyWatch Report – Chemtrail Aerosol Spraying and Weather History Calendar
October in Southern California is at the end of the fire season. Offshore “Santa Ana winds” usually bring hot, dry cloudless days. This year San Diego experienced only 3 mostly cloud free days and 4 partly cloudy days. Chemtrail weather modification was documented on 10 days. There were 14 days of overcast cloud cover including 4 days of light to heavy rain when aerosol spraying could not be verified.
Average Monthy Weather according to NOAA’s National Weather Service:
OCTOBER WEATHER IN SAN DIEGO
OCTOBER IS THE LAST OF THE DRY MONTHS AND IS USUALLY A TRANSITIONAL PERIOD WITH VARIABLE WEATHER…A MIXTURE THAT INCLUDES WEATHER FROM THE PREVIOUS DRY MONTHS WITH A PREVIEW OF THE UPCOMING WET MONTHS.
THE NORMAL DAILY MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 74.0 DEGREES AND THE NORMAL DAILY MINIMUM IS 61.2 DEGREES WITH A MEAN MONTHLY TEMPERATURE OF 67.6 DEGREES. EXTREMES FOR THE MONTH RANGE FROM 107 DEGREES IN 1961 TO 43 DEGREES IN 1971.
THERE ARE 2 DAYS OF MEASURABLE RAIN ON THE AVERAGE…INCLUDING ONE DAY OF THUNDERSHOWERS. THESE WET DAYS USUALLY OCCUR LATE IN THE MONTH AS STORM SYSTEMS FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST MOVE FARTHER SOUTH. THE AVERAGE RAINFALL IS 0.44 INCH. THIS IS 0.23 OF INCH MORE THAN SEPTEMBER…BUT 0.63 LESS THAN NOVEMBER. THE GREATEST MONTHLY TOTAL WAS 4.98 INCHES IN 2004. THE MINIMUM IS ZERO WHICH LAST OCCURRED IN 2001.
OCTOBER HAS PLENTY OF SUNSHINE WITH 68 PERCENT OF POSSIBLE. OCTOBER AVERAGES 14 CLEAR DAYS…10 PARTLY CLOUDY AND 7 CLOUDY DAYS. DURING THE MONTH THERE ARE AN AVERAGE OF 3 DAYS OF HEAVY FOG. THERE IS AN AVERAGE OF ONE DAY OF CLEAR…DRY WEATHER WHEN SANTA ANA WINDS PUSH TEMPERATURES INTO THE 90S.
RELATIVE HUMIDITY AVERAGES 75 PERCENT IN THE EARLY MORNING…60 PERCENT NEAR NOON AND 62 PERCENT IN THE LATE AFTERNOON. WIND SPEEDS AVERAGE 6.5 MPH. THE STRONGEST WIND FOR THE MONTH OCCURRED ON THE 20TH AT 929AM AND WAS FROM THE SOUTH AT 39 MPH IN 2004.
The weather history was compiled using observational evidence and data from the Weather Underground.
Sunday 10/2/2011 – Chemtrail Video Report
October 2nd photo gallery: Chemtrail Air Show Dumps Solar Reflective Aerosol Particles
Sunday 10/9/2011 – Coastal Chemtrails, Spraying over the Ocean
Is the “Red Tide” a result of Geoengineering?
Another geoengineering scheme called Iron Fertilization involves dumping iron into the ocean to stimulate a phytoplankton bloom. Is it possible the “Red Tide” is stimulated by chemtrail particle fallout?
Monday 10/10/2011 – Clearly Chemtrails
Aerosol spray planes left obvious massive plumes directly over the city in mostly clear skies.
Friday 10/14/2011 – Chemtrail Video Report
October 14th photo gallery: Aerosol Injection Research (AIR)
Monday 10/17/2011 – Spraying at Dusk before Dense Fog Advisory
Chemtrail aerosol spraying started late in the afternoon and preceded a dense fog alert.
The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a dense fog advisory… which is in effect until 9 am PDT Tuesday. * Location: San Diego County from the coast to the western valleys including Vista… Carlsbad… Escondido… Rancho Bernardo… Mira Mesa… La Jolla… San Diego… La Mesa… …
Dense fog conditions and a thick marine layer kept coastal areas cloudy for the rest of the week. Aerosol spraying could not be confirmed due to the overcast cloud cover.
Monday 10/24/2011 – Chemtrails Over Rain Clouds
Friday 10/28/2011 – Geometric Chemtrail Grid Formations & HAARP Wave Clouds
Chemtrail Sunset – Spraying All Night Long
Saturday 10/29/2011 – Chemtrail Filled Sky at Dawn
Sunday 10/30/2011 – “Boomerang” Chemtrails and HAARP Wave Clouds
Halloween – Monday 10/31/2011 – Expanding “Jet Cirrus” Line Segment Clouds
Full Photo Gallery – Picture views taken from San Diego, La Jolla, Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula, Escondido, El Cajon and Winchester, California.