Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Anticyclone Hovers Over Utah NEXRAD Tower For 2 Days!

A high pressure zone appears just south west of Utah, moves its way   towards Cedar City, UT (KICX Nexrad tower), and then heads north towards Salt Lake City, UT (KMTX Nexrad tower). The high pressure zone hovers over the KMTX NEXRAD tower for more than 2 days, creating an anticyclone weather system and influencing the jet stream! It looks KMTX has a new friend...

It looks like Salt Lake City's KMTX NEXRAD Tower has a new friend...

Related Information:

Certain types of radar, especially C-Band radar, can weaken or strengthen a tornado. But this can also depend on atmospheric conditions, radar emission strength, cyclone strength, etc. 

I do believe that much of the recent tornadoes in the past have been artificially created, in an attempt to use weather weapons by military in the near future. They are testing out this type of technology. DutchSinse has done some great documentation and studies regarding these man-made tornadoes:

Also, there is a document entitled, Weather as a Force Multiplier Owning the Weather in 2025, which discusses the military use of weather: