Thursday, January 17, 2013 San Diego, California - Temperatures hit a high of 80 degrees F. The sky would have been clear if not for those “high clouds”. Solar Radiation Management (SRM) was in force as planes left aerosol trails forming a thin blanket of white haze. Stratospheric Aerosol Geo-engineering (SAG) picked up late in the afternoon and chemtrail clouds drifted onshore from over the ocean at sunset.
Local TV weather news reports on the high temp, low humidity, high pressure system (not the most conducive environment for the formation of contrails) and shows various views of the aerosol enhanced sunset.
An air quality report for the city released today shows an “improvement”. One factor cited is because the Airport Authority made major facility improvements to reduce emissions.
Video index (direct links on YouTube page):
0:01 News intro teaser.
0:20 Pictures of the day’s aerosol spraying from 8am to sunset. Audio from the “Air Quality Report” TV news story.
2:25 FOX5 sunset live shot.
2:41 ABC10 Pinpoint Weather with Pat Brown sunset clouds live shot.
3:25 CBS8 Traffic Chopper sunset live shot.
4:04 ABC10 Pinpoint Weather with Pat Brown time-lapse.
4:36 CBS8 Matt Baylow video time-lapse, “We’ve had a few high clouds out there. Outside of that, nothing but blue sky.”
5:07 FOX5 sunset live shot. Aloha Taylor’s weather report.
7:12 KUSI John Coleman video time-lapse. “A couple of decorative high clouds out over the ocean, otherwise clear as a bell.”
7:34 FOX5 live shot with Aloha Taylor. “Picture Perfect Clear Skies”.
8:18 ABC10 Air Quality Report for San Diego, CA