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Originally posted by freedom12
No snow so far here in Illinois and temp's in the low 50's the next three days.
Farmer's Almanac says snow is coming middle of January.
Originally posted by kgirl2002
reply to post by FissionSurplus
FissionSurplus, it's interesting that you mention chemtrailing. I haven't paid much attention to the chemtrailing posts on ATS, but something happened one night this week that made me sit up a bit. I live about 50 miles north of Mpls/St. Paul, and my bedroom window faces the south (so the sky in that direction is quite bright from the lights in the cities). I had just gone to bed and noticed a HUGE contrail in the sky. I got up and looked and there were several of them fanning out across the sky from a locus point on the southern horizon (MSP airport, I'm assuming). Of course we see contrails all the time, but these were so wide and there were so many of them fanning out, and there seemed to be a sort of congestion of them right around the locus point, which looked like a big cumulus cloud. I attributed them to the possibility that there was a lot of moisture in that level of the atmosphere that night (humid atmospheric conditions make contrails evaporate more slowly). BUT there was certainly nothing unusual about the weather that night, it was bright and clear. And I have had this view out my window for the past 20 years and not once have I noticed anything like this before. It made me a bit uneasy, esp. when coupled with the very warm weather we're experiencing here.
Originally posted by DarthOej
Could this have anything to do with the methane plumes in the arctic?
Originally posted by Misoir
For us here in North Florida it can be very dangerous if we do not have an at least average winter temperature and rainfall wise. Usually when we go without a good Winter the Summer begins early with months of non – stop temperatures above 90°F with very high humidity, lots of haze due to the wildfires (especially since my county has lots of woods), and then late Summer brings constant hurricane threats if we have a hot dry summer.