Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Alberta being fed more Rain from NEXRAD-induced Weather

Many areas in southern Alberta are still recovering from the intense flooding that took place in late June, displacing many thousands of residents. There have been numerous other EM-induced storms in July that have been causing flash flooding and intense hail damage in many areas. We will present information as to the recent rain and cloud system we received in southern Alberta on July 7th and 8th. There has been no mention in the weather media of the tapering aerosol cloud plumes originating in the North-western States, which brought majority of the rain to southern Alberta. We will present evidence as to how these cloud systems have been generated precisely near the NEXRAD / Doppler stations using electromagnetic waves, and thereafter pushed into southern Alberta, bringing more rain to the flood-ravaged area. The NEXRAD stations which are of interest to us with regards to originating the cloud plumes are located near Portland, OR; Spokane, WA; and Boise, ID. A playlist for the events and weather data of July 7th can be seen here, and a playlist for July8th can be viewed here.

NEXRAD-induced cloud systems: We can clearly see three significant cloud plumes originating from NEXRAD stations in the U.S. The first plume (red) is from the NEXRAD station in Portland, OR. The last plumes (red and magenta) are originating from the NEXRAD stations in Spokane, WA and Boise, ID, respectively. We also noted a small plume originating from what appears to be a NEXRAD station in Medford, OR, and from the video, it appears to be pushed towards the Boise, ID station.
After watching the above satellite animation for July 7th - 8th, we can clearly see a tapered cloud plume originating near Portland, OR and later feeding into southern Alberta. A one hour loop from Intellicast satellite animation shows this plume in more detail. What is interesting about this plume is that it appears to be heavy aerosol sprayed off the West coast of Washington / Oregon, if not mistaken for the similar-looking cirrus clouds . However, after watching sky time lapse videos for areas near the coast, we can see that these appear to be aerosols advancing through the sky here and here. In Happy Valley, OR, this video was also captured, which shows the moisture-collected aerosols that have the signature of strong electromagnetic pulsation, causing the linear shape of this metallic-laced aerosol plume. This was also confirmed by residents living in these areas, as well as video footage here and here.

NEXRAD Station (KRTX) for Portland, OR
The NEXRAD animation data for Portland, OR during the time which this aerosol plume was influenced can be viewed here. After watching this video, we can clearly see the NEXRAD station initially with very quiet activity, and then suddenly pulsing at this time, which we believe may be the electromagnetic attraction of the aerosol plume. The station then shortly ceases this EM-pulsing in all directions, and sends out what appears to be an electromagnetically-charged beam in the north east direction. Immediately thereafter, we can see the plume begin to originate just as was seen on the satellite animation, oriented in the same north east direction.

We can see that the plume driven from the Portland NEXRAD station is not only moving east, according to the natural wind flow pattern, but it is also moving north , which is not consistent with the wind patterns at that time. After viewing the animated data for wind movement in this area, we must ask ourselves what is driving this plume north if it is not electromagnetic forces emitted precisely from these NEXRAD stations? Although we believe that NEXRAD works alongside with wind, there are some experts suggesting that our wind patterns are being changed due to heavy Geoengineering operations. However, in this situation we see natural winds moving slightly east and south, not north.

July 7th: Calgary skies prior to the storm system arriving the next day
The Alberta skies time lapse during July 7th can be viewed for Calgary, AB here, and for Didsbury, AB here. Pictures for July 7th of Calgary skies can be viewed here. What appeared to be high altitude clouds (or aerosols) oriented south East-West advanced into Calgary prior to the storm system arriving the following day. An electromagnetic signature can be seen in the photo pictured left, showing the NEXRAD / Doppler effect in some of these high altitude clouds. This cloud system appears to be linked to north-west Montana, and some sky time lapse videos for Montana (NW) can be viewed here and here. The clouds in those areas of Montana's sky also appeared to be slightly pulsed.

Plumes created from NEXRAD stations near Spokane, WA
and Boise, ID, bringing more rain into southern Alberta
Later throughout the satellite animation, we see two more plumes created at NEXRAD stations near Spokane, WA and Boise, ID on July 8th. Cloud plume generation for the Spokane NEXRAD station can be viewed here, and the NEXRAD data for Boise, ID can be viewed here. During this time was when southern Alberta received most of its rain for this day. A time lapse video for Calgary, AB shows the heavily-pulsed aerosol cloud system arriving from Washington and Idaho state prior to the rainfall. Doppler radar animation for July 8th in Calgary, AB can be viewed here. We believe this storm system was further pushed north-east into southern Alberta with the help of nearby Doppler stations in Canada. Additionally, we have noted an intense electromagnetic blast at 5:20 and 6:20 pm (MDT) from the Doppler station located near Vernon, BC, which we believe caused the north-east advancing storm to be pushed further east. We also find it interesting that in the morning of July 8th, we see a small storm system initially just West of High River, AB later being pushed directly through the centre of the Strathmore Doppler station here.

We will add more material as it comes along from other residents in the area. If you have any information, photos, or videos, please email: weatherpeace@gmail.com

Calgary, AB: July 8th - Electromagnetic pulsing seen throughout the NEXRAD-blanketed skies
Calgary, AB: Evening of July 8th - After the receding storm, NEXRAD leaves its linear plume marks in the sky
Calgary, AB: The evening sky displaying its electromagnetic signature throughout the clouds 
Calgary, AB: The sky facing north, showing this NEXRAD-induced linear front in the clouds 

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