posted on Dec, 20 2012 @ 01:24 PM
One, wasn't sure where to put this, thus the Grey Area. Two, this post has NOTHING to do with the 12/21/2012 thing.
I just went out for a cig and the wind was blowing a bit. Actually a gust blew open the neighbor's door and blew the cherry off my cigarette.
Thinking "wow, it's kinda windy today" I looked up into the sky. Now, I've been around for over 30 years and I cannot recall a time I've seen
this type of cloud movement before. It's probably happened and maybe I just didn't notice but... the clouds (not just some but all) are moving from
south to north. And I mean directly north... not northeast like I've seen before... not northwest like during a thunderstorm. But dead north.
Could someone please explain this weather pattern to me? I'd like to know if it has a name or how common or if I'm just being stupid