posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 11:04 PM
I'm going to pass this along word for word from one of the local meteorologists here in Chattanooga,Tn(2 hours from Huntsville) that I heard on the
11:00 broadcast tonight.
There were no storms/rain in the area. The radar returns(colors) are too bright to be bird/insect swarms. No controlled burns anywhere in the area or
fires that could have generated a smoke plume this size. No quarry blasting was going on in the area that could have created a dust plume. All of this
confirmed by local media and government.
There were reports that helicopters were seen in the area, leading to the conclusion that they were spraying Chafe(or however you spell it.)
I'm going to throw this in there also...I am an avid weather watcher and have been for nearly 15 years, and am a very active member in the online
weather community, which is where I first heard about this around 2:00EST. I watch/use the Huntsville radar site (KHTX) on at least on a weekly basis,
sometimes several times a day depending on how bored I am. For the last 2 weeks or so, KHTX has gone offline several times at random times during the
day. It is not unusual for it to go offline every 2 months or so for maintenance, but for it to have gone offline as much as it has in the last few
weeks is quite unusual.
Here are some pics that I scrounged from some of the online weather forums that I frequent. The latter 2 pictures are screenshots from my phone. The
red color indicates that KHTX is once again offline, which would have had to have happened in the last few hours.
The kicker is the last picture from my phone. The white square with lines is the storm track feature on my phone which indicates the obvious...storm
track, or storm motion. Obviously, there is no storm, and none of the above are possibilities. So, whatever this THING is it is still persisting
approaching the midnight hour.
edit on 4-6-2013 by edgecrusher2199 because: (no reason given)
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