Blatant Chemtrails on Local News Time Lapse Ignored by Meteorologists (Again)
Wednesday January 9, 2013 San Diego, CA — All night aerosol spraying was obvious at sunrise with chemtrails crisscrossing the entire sky. The morning sun had a solar halo ring around it and a sun dog “rainbow”. The chemtrails continued all day. Jet planes left short trails, curved line segments, and massive horizon to horizon plumes. Some chemtrails fanned out to blanket large areas of the sky. These formations had the classic HAARP wave signature and other “clouds” lined up in perfect rows.
Video index (click for direct access on YouTube page):
0:01 Today Show National Weather with Al Roker
0:48 NBC7 San Diego’s Jodi Kodesh – chemtrail sunrise.
1:20 Full day photo time lapse of the sky over San Diego. Sky filled with chemtrails at sunrise from all night spraying which continued past sunset.
5:06 ABC10 Pinpoint Weather with Pat Brown — live shot over south bay
5:46 CBS8 Traffic Chopper over I-15 at Mira Mesa live shot
6:25 CBS8 MicroClimate Weather with Matt Baylow
7:38 CBS8 Weather news time-lapse video. Matt Baylow points out the low clouds and ignores excessive chemtrails.
8:30 ABC10 Pinpoint Weather with Pat Brown — Radar anomalies.
9:06 KUSI Weather with John Coleman — sunrise video
10:25 KUSI Weather Graphics with blatant chemtrail.
10:48 KUSI Weather news time-lapse video. John Coleman walks in front of chemtrail grid patterns passing by.
11:08 Time-lapse videos REPLAYED & SLOWED DOWN with Jodi Kodesh voice over.
11:38 NBC Nightly News Weekend Edition with Lester Holt. “Highly unusual” weather in much of the country.
13:30 The Weather Channel severe weather expert, Dr. Greg Forbes
The excessive chemtrails were blatant on the day’s TV news weather video footage. However, the local meteorologists described conditions as a “pretty” day with a “mostly sunny” blue sky or did their best to distract away from them.
“Good morning San Diego. As we look out at this morning’s sunrise, hey you can see there is a blue sky. It’s gonna be a pretty day. It’s just that you see those clouds? They’re out in advance of the storm system headed our way for tomorrow. So enjoy the mild weather today. We are looking at about 64 degrees at our coastline, 68 for our inland areas, mostly sunny skies. So we will see mostly sunny skies, it’s just that those clouds pushing on through in intervals mean that tomorrow’s rain’s likely as we look at a windy and cold day.” — Jodi Kodesh
Just what are “those clouds” Jodi is referring too? Why can’t these “meteorologists” use more accurate terms to call them? Pat Brown does the same thing.
“But we’ve got a big storm coming… Tomorrow’s the big day. And you may have noticed with all those clouds coming in that, hmmm. Something’s up with the weather!” — Pat Brown
The only “clouds” coming in all day are the ones being sprayed. Lower clouds did not arrive until late in the afternoon. Extreme aerosol spraying started more than 24 hours prior to the forecast “rain storm”. Are the chemtrails now required “out in advance of the storm system” to produce the rain?
Is the spraying meant for altering the weather down stream? Notice the spraying in Southern California is in front of the approaching jet stream. Was that to inject the aerosols in order for them to be picked up by the jet stream so as to affect weather across the country?
Blatant Chemtrail Weather News Graphics
The local weather news is now using those clouds as background visuals, but they never talk about the “persistent jet trails” or their effect on the weather and amount of cloud cover created by them in “mostly sunny skies”.
KUSI’s weathercaster and original founder of The Weather Channel, John Coleman (who has described the current concern over global warming as “a fictional, manufactured crisis, and a total scam”) is now using pictures of chemtrails for his background graphics. He does not point them out in his time-lapse weather videos.
Chemtrail style background graphics appear over Lester Holt’s left shoulder just before the video graphic box fills the space.
Chemtrail sky at sunset in San Diego.
Photo gallery includes all pictures used in video plus TV still-captures: