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socrates wrote:So after days on end with gloomy overcast, the Boston area was supposed to have a mostly sunny day. But the chemplanes have now ruined what should have been a beautiful sky. The operation does appear to have as one of its main objectives to shield out the sun.
One other observation I have is that when the day started, for the first time in weeks, the air was fresh, it was mild out, a perfect summer day.
However, now after the recent spray jobs the last few hours, it is getting muggy again, and the air has gotten stale very quickly. So only a few hours ago, it was a perfect day. Now it is muggy again and very tough to breathe.
Crystal Rose wrote:I have had the same experience Socrates -- so many times.
It's been weird in L.A. the last few months. Seems like the CT'ing has gone in spurts. We've had large periods of time where there was no activity, then bombarded/blasted for a couple or few days, (then usually the weather changes), then another break.
Another weird thing (& I'm not a scientist, so I have no idea about the significance of this), but it is really quite cold here in L.A. for this time of year. Seems it turned cold last time we were blasted. Whether this is just coincidence is the question. Seems to me this same pattern has happened over and over and over in the last few years. Also, re: the weather here, it's really unseasonably cold and extremely windy, although, needless to say, weather is freaky everywhere these days.
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