Saturday, April 26, 2014

Geoengineering Daily Report, April 26

Staff Writer, DL Mullan
Photographer, DL Mullan
Geoengineering / Domestic Terrorism

This morning was a sprinkle filled windfest. 

Even though the winds in the Phoenix area exceeded 30mph in some areas with gusts, the sky remained a silvery gray near the horizon. In the past with gusty wind storms, the air turns a yellowish brown color with the culmination of dust particles in the air.

Current Conditions: 

Windy 25mph with Gusts 33mph+

Milky white in the distance.

Some Clouds passing to the North

Downtown Phoenix seeing the Frontal Boundary leave.

Forecast: Very windy. Calmer conditions after sun down and into tomorrow. Sunny conditions return for the next few days. Particulates in the moderate range thanks to the wind but geoengineering spraying appears to be abated until, perhaps, later this week.

Persons, children and elderly or having immune dysfunction, should stay out of the wind and indoors with filtered air for dust, pollens, and molds.

Action Plan: Enjoy the cooler, unseasonably cool, weather for the next 36 hours.