Yesterday was one of those days where I didn’t want to go outside. Too hot. And today is predicted to be even hotter. 100 degrees. But I saw no morning chemtrails yesterday. Maybe the previous day’s thunderstorm was a break point. There were some cumulus, however, and they had frayed contours, indicating the presence of ambient aerosol particulates. Later on, when I stepped outside at midday, I saw a single chemtrail, a thin one against a pale blue sky, but it stretched practically horizon to horizon (north-south). This sighting suggests there that may have been periodic sprayings throughout the day, to maintain that paleness of the sky we have come to know and love. Today the routine of morning trails resume. 9:30 AM.
As usual the chemtrails are in the vicinity of the ascending sun. At noon the trails have dissolved into smoky textured clouds. This is the typical pattern. Spray in the morning. Spread throughout the day.
Still linear in orientation these clouds will become thinner and thinner until they are a filmy haze. This is the means by which the sky is bleached of color. Sprayed particulates spreading out into the air. These same sprayed particulates cause the fraying and dissolving of any cumulus clouds that happen to migrate through: like the little feller on the right there. 12:00 PM.
There were many huge cumulus clouds throughout the rest of the day. No chemtrails sighted.