posted on Jan, 26 2011 @ 04:04 PM
Originally posted by weedwhacker
Ive noticed when theres ALOT of chemtrails here, it rains cats and dogs usually 2 days later and makes me wonder how much we take internally
High clouds like that are sometimes a precursor to approaching weather systems...hence, the rain later.
Indeed. I can't find an online source to back this up right now, but apparently an approaching warm front would have cirrus clouds at a distance of
500 or so miles from the ground line of it shown on a weather map. If the conditions are correct for cirrus to form naturally, I can't see why
contrails shouldn't persist too.
And then, the rest of the weather front arrives, and rain comes with it. Simple, really. And in no way does the cirrus contribute, because that will
have carried on with the rest of the weather movement, and will be 400 miles or so downwind by this point.
I could be wrong, I'm not a meteorologist. I'm just learning this from a mountain leader handbook.