posted on Aug, 27 2012 @ 09:54 PM
Interesting post and photos! I wonder if you live in close proximity to an airport? I do and on occasion, I hear the same type of noise as the
Boeing Turbo Props are taxiing on the runway. The clarity and volume of he noise is dependent on how the plane is taxiing. If he is heading towards
or away from me, I hear the noise. If the plane makes a left or right turn, the noise lessens or disappears. A few minutes into your video, it sounds
like he has taken off.
As to the orange clouds, I speculate that this relates directly to the intensity and time of day of the storm. Storm clouds can take on various
colours, orange being one of them and it appears when the sun is lower on the horizon and the clouds are carrying a lot of moisture, either rain or
hail. Hail is caused by strong updrafts in the clouds. Hail bends sunlight towards the yellow, green or orange end of the spectrum. The more hail
there is, the more the light is bent. If you're in an area that doesn't normally see drastic shifts in weather systems (cooler and dry air mass
immediately replaced by hot and very moist or vice versa) then this can appear highly unusual don't have a source for this, just a few braincells
still firing what I learned in high school Geography and meteorology classes.
Clouds are definitely menacing but I really don't think it's anything sinister. Everyone the world over is saying they're experiencing what they
feel is abnormal weather lately....