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11/15/2011 Grid

Today we see major grid lining placed on the leading edge of the incoming water vapor mass approaching the West coast.

 

To get an idea of the width of these grid lines you can compare them to the width of known land areas, such as the width of the San Francisco Bay (which varies from 4-12 miles across), Catalina Island, or The Great Salt Lake in Utah.

 

 

Notice how the grids are forming below the 37th latitude (off-shore below San Francisco) and in the area from about the 125-135th longitude.

 

The area is better seen here.  The 130th longitude line is the approximate North-South line where the dry orange is to the East and moister white is seen to the West.  The moister green colors are approaching from the West (between Hawaii and San Francisco), and heading into Oregon in a long, green band.

 

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