Posted by: SoCal SkyWatch | August 16, 2012

No Rain Chemtrail Cloud Suppression Time-Lapse Video

Is Aerosol Cloud Seeding Causing The Midwest Drought?

Monday July 30, 2012 Mountains east of San Diego – Geoengineering planes spray unknown chemical aerosols above cumulonimbus (thunderstorm) clouds which then appear to deflate and spread out. Is this activity stopping moisture from reaching America’s heartland?

Video Index (direct links on YouTube):
0:01 Aerosol spray trails over the mountains east of San Diego, CA
0:04 Geoengineering plane sprays a chemtrail extending over the city.
0:50 The same chemtrail greatly expanded and floating east over thunder clouds.
1:05 Time-lapse of chemtrail over thunderhead which then levels out.
1:40 Another storm cloud with chemical suppression. These formations should continue to rise and bubble up but instead spread out under the aerosol injection.
2:01 A fresh trail is sprayed above another rising cloud formation and expands many times its original “plane” width.
2:46 Another thunder cloud topped with aerosols.

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 8:48am

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 8:48am – Chemtrail aerosol dumps east of the city.

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 11:41am

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 11:41am – Monster chemtrail drifting east over rising mountain thunder storm clouds.

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 12:38pm

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 12:38pm – Rising mountain cumulonimbus clouds with chemtrail aerosol particle injections sprayed above.

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 1:01pm

Monday July 30, 2012 San Diego 1:01pm – Continually expanding aerosol particle injection over rising thunderstorm clouds. This chemtrail spreads out like a “Q-tip”.

Summer Thunder Storms Hit East County
http://www.10news.com/news/31318148/detail.html
Milder Weather Conditions Expected Tuesday

SAN DIEGO — Summer thunderheads full of subtropical moisture out of Mexico generated intense lightning Monday along with downpours that flooded roads and ravines in the eastern San Diego County highlands.

The squalls began lashing the region’s mountains around midday, then moved over the deserts in the mid-afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.

During a five-hour period ending at 5:30 p.m., the NWS tallied about 1,000 cloud-to-ground lightning strikes, said James Thomas, a meteorologist with the federal agency. The electrical storms resulted in no reported injuries, fires or property damage, he said.

Accompanying the flashing bolts and thunderclaps were heavy showers that submerged several stretches of roadway, including state Route 78 alongside Ocotillo Wells Airport, Old Highway 80 in the Moreno Valley area and La Posta Road near Interstate 8.

In Shelter Valley, 1.16 inches of rain fell over a 15-minute period, according to Thomas. A woman who lives in the area reported finding her backyard submerged under several feet of water, he said.

The inclement weather was expected to dwindle overnight, then return in somewhat milder form over the afternoon hours Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Responses

  1. well the last two times it was supposed to rain here it seem like just before it was going to rain about a day or so chemtrails appeared .I remember it was a clear day but as the chemtrails dissipated there was a haze in the air I’m wondering if the chemicals cause a reverse in the attraction of water molecules so they do not form drops ?


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