• https://www.geoengineeringwatch.org by Dane Wiging
"Major and unusual", that is the term the Los Angeles Times used to describe this week's California chemical snow blizzard. Nonstop engineered winter weather warfare is being waged on the Western US. Chemical ice nucleation cloud seeding operations c
California has experienced water shortages in recent years due to a combination of factors, including drought and increased demand. A parade of storms has eased a historic water crisis, replenishing reservoirs and increasing snowpack.
Six days after a powerful winter storm wreaked havoc on Christmas holiday travel across the US, most major carriers have normalized operations after a few days of widespread cancelations and delays. But at Southwest, it's a very different story.
• https://www.zerohedge.com, by Tsvetana Paraskova
Most refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast have begun procedures to restart operations that were disrupted by the massive winter storm late last week, but a full return to normal output of motor fuels could take up to two weeks for some facilities.
The cold blast this holiday weekend across the eastern half of the US exposed the fragility of power grids as soaring heating demand spiked peak total loads to record high in many areas while supplies were tight.
Buffalo is plunged into chaos with brazen looters destroying stores - as death toll from devastating blizzard rises to at least 35: Gov. Hochul declares a state of emergency amid deadliest storm in 50 years
Thousands of residents were without power near Tacoma, Washington, after three electrical substations were vandalized, local authorities said on Sunday, adding that it was not yet clear if the Christmas Day incidents were linked.