Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 16:41:55 -0500
For some time now, there has been so much engineering of the weather—both intentional and unintentional—that usually one cannot state a single cause for odd weather steering.
Looks like it will be that way from now on!
Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 11:12:29 -0700 (PDT)
Dear Mr. Bearden,
It is 2:00 pm EST in Ohio and I am watching the Weather Channel and how there have been unprecedented storms hitting Louisville, KY on the River Ohio. There is massive flooding. More storms are on the way with heavy lightning and rain "falling in buckets," as they can not seem to steer away from saying.
Well, last night over Fairlawn, Ohio or Montrose, Ohio, during the near-full moon (August 3rd) I saw the classical pattern of water vapor following a standing scalar wave, with even parallel columns of wispy clouds. There was some interference pattern in there too, and I wish I had had a camera on hand. With the bright moon highlighting the evenly spaced waves, it was quite something to behold.
I wonder if the bad storms and the (potential) waves in the sky last night have anything in common. I know you listen to reports like this, so I figured you would appreciate it. Next time I'll give you a