We have tracked a storm system that originated near Great Falls, MT Doppler station, its tapering point being pushed east towards Glasgow, MT Doppler station. The developing storm also increased in intensity, with parts of it going north into South Saskatchewan, and ending up also in Manitoba. The whole playlist for this event can be viewed here.
Could it be more obvious than this?
|Above: Sometimes satellite images say it all. Visible satellite can be viewed here.|
|Above: Red dot indicates location for NEXRAD station - Great Falls, MT (KTFX)|
|Above: Great Falls, MT (KTFX) NEXRAD Station - July 28 - 07:28 UTC|
|Above: Are NEXRAD stations and geoengineering methods (i.e. cloud-seeding) using our |
tropospheric rivers by diverting moisture to generate these storms? See the water vapour loop here.
|Above: Eureka, CA (KBHX) NEXRAD Station - Moisture as seen above in satellite, travelling north east. July 28 - 01:30 UTC|
|Above: Medford, OR (KMAX) NEXRAD Station - Depicting the path of moisture. July 28 - 01:28 UTC|
|Above: Glasgow, MT (KGGW) NEXRAD station influences this storm further, after being tossed from the Great Falls, MT (KTFX) station, as it heads east. July 28 - 16:58 UTC|