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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – A thick haze filled the sky in parts of Lubbock Sunday afternoon, and for hours county officials searched for the source of the smoke. That search led them to a mobile home park near the Clovis Highway and County Road 6100 near Shallowater where a shed and telephone pole was on fire.
Originally posted by Ditch_007
I just noticed the Canada thing.. That hot spot is real close to where we are
Originally posted by djcarlosa
reply to post by Ditch_007
Its funny that I found this thread I to live in the UK I have also noticed how when we have a clear day the sun shinning over come the planes with there long lasting contrails lol and how quickly afterwards the sky clouds up and I to have noticed the mist I'm in the forest of dean.
last night we had the bedroom window open as it was unnaturally hot and within an hour me and my wife had a cracking headache and a strange metallic taste in our mouths.
Today I went into town and did my usual trip round all the shops and as you do you overhear people talking and many times I heard someone say that they had a cracking headache.
I to have had times when out walking where I struggle to breath as if I can't get enough oxygen into my system.
Originally posted by angelchemuel
Look what I just found!
Originally posted by elevenaugust
Back in 1986 Chernobyl, there was reports about strange green-yellow clouds during a storm that were seen above Munich.
Just today, a TV show talked about the event in 1986 and a scientist said that he saw, with its colleagues, this strange storm above Munich, 1986 April 30 (Chernobyl was the 26th)...
Immediately after the end of the storm, they went outside taking some radioactivity measures with a Geiger counter and it was thousand times above the normal level!!
So, who knows, maybe strange cloud colors might be an indication?
Any input on this?