Here is more evidence that human intervention is disrupting the hydrological cycle. I have seen this happening time and time again in recent weeks from Whangarei, Northland and am only reporting on a portion of what I see occurring.
Rain was forecast by Metservice for the 17th of February, 2020 in Whangarei. The day before, on the 16th of February, numerous aerosol trails, also known as “chemtrails” were seen above, as shown in the photos below.
While there were rain clouds apparent on Monday the 17th of February for several hours, virtually no rain fell. It was “Clayton’s rain”, light drizzle briefly at best, which served no useful purpose in replenishing the dried out soil. The rain clouds looked broken up, not as homogenous as they do when they produce rain. A reason why this may be so, is referred to in this old post: Satellite Imagery Shows Clouds To West of Northland Interfered With By The Hand of Man
As mentioned previously, one could speculate that aerosols were sprayed into the atmosphere to stop it from raining locally because when there are too many small particles in the air on which water vapour can condense and form cloud droplets, rain droplets do not develop into a size that will provide a reasonable amount of moisture at ground level, and the water molecules are carried away.