posted on Nov, 11 2013 @ 07:30 PM
reply to post by TwiTcHomatic
If you're referring to the lines in the radar readings, those are often just bits of interference. Notice how they always point at the radar source
for that region, and they only extend one direction to the edge of the radar coverage zone. This is not uncommon, and can sometimes be attributed to
the radar receiving interference from another radar station, the sun, or signal blocking items.(ETA: You'll notice the anomalies occur in a pattern
consistent with where the sun would be at the perfect angle of the radar as the earth rotates. I'd say that's what this is.) Sometimes it's just a
The circles are just indications that the radar site is in clean air mode, a hyper sensitive slow scan mode that can pick up more finite particles.
Radar has a lot of peculiarities, learning to read it and understand all of the errors they can produce takes a lot of time and effort.
edit on 11-11-2013 by Mapkar because: ETA