Wow was this a 4K timelapse? I dont have a 4K recording device but the resolution in this video seems to be higher than what I see in regular videos.
The two types of clouds I haven't seen and have always wanted to see are noctilucent clouds and nacreous ("mother of pearl") clouds.....have you seen this type also?
Also, since we were talking about unusual weather earlier.....I found this historic occurrence mentioned on Twitter, the first recorded 100+ temp north of the Arctic Circle, figures it would be Verhoyansk in Siberia, either that town or Omyjakon or Yakutsk records the highest temp extremes.....from -90 in winter to (now) +100 in summer! Did you see these forest fires occurring so close to Arctic Sea Ice?
I've noticed hotter temps occurring farther north this year, seems like the attic fire that started in the high Arctic has spread farther south and has now reached northern VT and Maine with temps approaching 100 there, all time records.https://twitter.com/weatherdak/status/1 ... 3052469249
that has videos of the fires in northern Siberia
here is the official record of the 100.4 temp at Verhoyanskhttps://twitter.com/capitalweather/stat ... 9216476160
Ugh those starlink satellites, couldn't they have constructed them of a metal with a low albedo so the light pollution wouldn't ruin the view of the sky for us?
That's interesting about these clouds higher frequency might be GHG related....and methane is almost 100x as potent as CO2 as far as GHG are concerned, also cooling down the stratosphere is connected to warming in the lower part of the atmosphere isn't it? On weather forums I always read about a SSW (Sudden Stratospheric Warming) event being linked to colder winters....so one would think a colder Stratosphere would mean a milder winter?
We've already seen the negative effects of a snowless winter here......nasty explosion of bugs this year, with a horde of gnats near my Poconos home that makes working in my garden impossible. I thought it was just this community but when I went down the mountain to a nearby town, they were mobbing people there too! I've also had to spray bug barrier throughout my other home on Long Island, where I now have wolf spiders along with their eggs (eek), I saw one in my bedroom and could not sleep there for a week! They are hairy, with warning stripes on their legs, black and grey (to warn others of being poisonous) and I haven't had these in a decade or so. I sprayed so much bug barrier to get rid of them that my throat and nose were burning! I just hope I dont get any centipedes later on, because I haven't had them in a long time either.....it's the combo of a warm wet winter followed by a warm wet spring and now this hot humid weather that has caused this population explosion of bugs. I wish all the birds I get in both gardens would eat them all up, but they seem to be content singing and taking baths in my pond! We also have a 50% reduction in monarch butterflies (an important pollinator) because of pesticides killing their favorite food, milkweed, as well as the changing climate. But now everyone is planting milkweed along the roads and highways, so maybe they will have a comeback?