Satellite Image Reveals Atmospheric Aerosols Piled on Heavily Over Northland The Day Prior to Ex-Cyclone Fili Rain Event

The first image is from MetService and depicts ex-Cyclone Fili nearing Northland at 9.20am on April the 12th, indicating that the first band of heavy rain is likely to visit the East Coast in the next few hours. The second, a satellite image which shows an area of sea to west of Northland and part of Northland from EOSDIS Worldview, shows that masses of aerosol trails were sprayed in parallel on April the 11th. It will be interesting to see what happens to the rain.

The two photos below were taken at about 9am on April the 11th from Clarke’s Homestead in Maunu, Whangarei looking towards the east and west, respectively.

April 11th, 2022, From Clarke’s homestead, looking in a westerly direction
From Northland Weather Updates for April 12, 2022. Ex-Cyclone Fili nearing Northland. Note rectangular, rather than circular center of cyclone.

About Clare Swinney

Interested in what is genuinely going on, not in the disinformation promoted as "truth" by the corrupt mainstream media. Please keep an open mind and do your own research. M.Sc. (Hons) from Auckland University. If you came to this site via the 'Silly Beliefs' disinformation website, please read my response to their article at the link: https://chemtrailsnorthnz.wordpress.com/2012/10/20/sillybeliefs-coms-lies-about-chemtrails-geo-engineering-exposed/
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2 Responses to Satellite Image Reveals Atmospheric Aerosols Piled on Heavily Over Northland The Day Prior to Ex-Cyclone Fili Rain Event

  1. Tim says:

    There has been awful blatant spraying of aerosols over Nelson last few days too, with the sky being turned into a murky chem haze.

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