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Monday, February 26, 2018

Visual Proof of that Globe-Spanning Line of Cloud Recently Sighted

Visual Proof of That Globe-Spanning Line of Cloud on Google Earth [videos]

FEBRUARY 26, 2018


A subscriber of MrMBB sent in photos of a solid, straight line of cloud over the Netherlands/Holland last week.

If you missed the video MrMBB shared prior, from Google Earth and the International Space Station, no worries. This is a standalone video with all views and concluding with the new footage.

It reminds me of the cloud formation called a “chinook arch” we used to see in Calgary, Alberta Canada quite often. Interestingly enough, I saw one of those here in Arizona the other day and pointed it out to my other half. It’s not something we usually see in the Valley of the Sun, Arizona.

There would be a solid blanket of cloud over the city and as far as the eye could see in three directions, and a thin strip of clear sky in the West like the following picture.

The search for the above shot yielded the one below, also over Calgary, which generally resembles the cloud formation MrMBB shows us which is roughly 2,000 miles long. Quite the anomaly.

There seems to be more bizarre weather than ever before with massive storms and every kind of precipitation known, as MrMBB has documented recently. We don’t usually see mid-thirties F at night late in February, but that’s what we’re getting. Normally we’re heading up to 70-75 at least for daytime temperatures but we’re lucky to hit 60F these days.

With big hail in Saudi Arabia and a twister in Tennessee… there’s no telling what we might see next. ~ BP

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