More California fire danger? It is a given that chemicals exist for weather modification. Here in Minnesota last week Sunday I saw the widest "jet trail" I have ever seen. Next day, next day we had the biggest snow of the year here in the Minneapolis area, probably coincidence, but the trail was so prominent I pointed it out to another.
The 2 California fires are very suspicious, we have never seen such heat melting appliances, glass, etc, both late at night. And we got people like Jerry Brown saying "Southern California's fire devastation is 'the new normal," Gov. Brown says, climate change the blame. http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/gov-jerry-brown-blames-climate-change-for-california-wildfires-as-he-jet-sets-to-paris/article/2643221
I follow weather daily since food commodity stocks are one of my favorite investing areas. It sure looks like the entire state of California is headed for another drought. I use Redding California as my example since the 3 biggest reservoirs are near there.
October rainfall deficit 1.77" normal 2.1"
November rain surplus .75" normal 4.48"
December rain deficit 6.16" normal 6.27"
January rain deficit 1.11" Normal 5.96"
February first 10 days
forecast >>>>>>>>>>>>>2.00" Normal 2.00" ( for 10 days in February)
Total deficit = 10.20" Normal = 20.81" or a deficit of 49.4 inches. https://www.wunderground.com/history/airport/KRDD/2018/2/1/MonthlyCalendar.html?req_city=&req_state=&req_statename=&reqdb.zip=&reqdb.magic=&reqdb.wmo=
My thoughts, average rainfall from here to the end of May is 12.24". Even with normal rainfall in the coming months Cal will have a deficit of about 30%. Yes, it can change, and rain, but also get dryer. But what if weather can be modified to keep California dry as an example of so called "Global Warming" to get legislation passed.
And remember the 2011-2017 drought, it spread into the plains affecting corn, wheat and soy. Now watch the comiong rains prove me wrong, lol.