Weather Geoengineering Update: What’s Going On?
As readers probably know, I’m located in SE Pennsylvania where we’ve had horrible wet weather and about which I have written. It’s not normal, as I’ve lived in this area more than 65 years and I can attest to what’s been going on recently. However, the weather gets even stranger, so I thought I’d share what’s going on here so commiserating folks will know you are not alone in what you have to deal with from “man-made, geoengineered weather.”
Tuesday, June 12th, 2018, the KYW radio weather forecaster had what was termed good weather news: This coming weekend, Father’s Day weekend, just may be the first weekend in eight (8) weeks that our area/region will have a dry, sunny weekend! Do you believe that—8 water-logged weekends in a row!
However, this past Sunday, June 10th, was another soaker, like most days. But there was something very different I noticed while driving around various locations. The rear tires of cars were ‘creating’ soap suds ‘wakes’ as they drove along.
The first car I saw doing that prompted me to think it had gone through a car wash; then I remembered it was raining, so no car wash was operating. Then I saw car after car produce the ‘soap suds wakes’ on the streets and roadways.