Rainfall levels appear to being reduced significantly. For example, while the sky was cloudy, rain fell on the morning of the 23rd, but it was so light, that it was insufficient to soak into the soil and replenish the ground with moisture. It is what I call “Clayton’s rain,” – the rain you have when you are not having rain. It sat on the surface, where it evaporated away in the sun and wind.
Evidence suggests that rain clouds approaching Northland are being handicapped by human intervention, probably, in part, to promote the perception of “climate change.” These first two images are from the satellite named Aqua, for November the 22nd, from the ‘Rapidfire’ website. Both show cloud over the sea to the west of Northland. The first appears to have pairs of holes in it that have ripples next to them. The second is taken closer to Northland, the land of which can see seen in the top right-hand corner, and shows numerous holes in the cloud, which are not so obviously in pairs.
According to Weatherwars.Info, man-made holes in clouds can be associated with the active suppression of the rain and can frequently appear in pairs. It states on the page The Electric Sky – 5 and may be related to what is appearing below: ‘Nodes and Anodes in acoustic speak… Nodes are up drafts, low pressure zones, while anodes are downward spirals of air, creating a local area of higher air pressure. – Boyd Bushman – Lockheed Martin Scientist Ret.’
It was a hot, dry day on Sunday during which both short and long aerosol trails, and faux cloud were apparent. These photos were taken in the afternoon and early evening on November the 23rd. As the MetService forecast for November 24th shows below, rain is forecast for today, the 26th and the 28th. I’m betting it will be Clayton’s rain again, but let’s hope not.