There were quite a few chemtrails yesterday.
The laptop camera does have its limitations. Nevertheless, I use the above photo as a marker rather than an illustration of what was observed today at 1:30. Just to the right, out of frame, would be the sun. A small cloud near the sun, now dissolved into a haze, that you can see running diagonally, gleamed with mild iridescence just a moment ago. There was still a little iridescence in the the hazy residue that failed to show up in this picture. Though I could not capture the phenomenon, nevertheless I saw a translucent cloud that gave off iridescence in the glare of the sun. This is more proof that aerosols, substantially metallic, permeate our atmosphere.
The sky at 4:00 PM. There has been a lot of chemtrail activity in the interval.
Quite a few chemtrails this morning. 10:00 AM.
And throughout the day. And at night. I saw chemtrails by the light of the full moon.
Soft fuzzy pink clouds at dawn. Quite pretty. At 7:00 AM those clouds have turned grey and the sky has become completely overcast. Rain is expected.
Cloudy, rainy the past couple of days. No opportunity to observe chemtrails.