Thunder and Lightning a rare sight in Iceland - Weather Experimentation Connected with the Norway Aurora Light?
By Henrik Palmgren | redicecreations.com
Lightning over Reykjanes, January 20th
What is going on with the Sky and the Weather up in the North?
The same evening as the strange Aurora light was seen over Norway, January 20th, the people of Iceland witnessed a strange thunderstorm with lightning – a very rare weather phenomenon in Iceland.
We have to ask the question if these are more effects after testing of the atmospheric heating facility EISCAT in Tromsö, Norway? Is this weather warfare or other atmospheric experimentation?
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Below is an article from: icelandreview.com
Thunder and Lightning in South Iceland
A thunderstorm hit south Iceland yesterday and people reported regular flashes of lighting all the way from Eyrarbakki in the south to Borgarfjördur in the west. Reykjavík residents also saw lighting—a very rare weather phenomenon in Iceland.
“It is rare and it is even rarer to see it from the city,” confirmed meteorologist Teitur Arason at the Icelandic Meteorological Office to Fréttabladid.
Arason explained lightning is often created in a heavy downpour after a cold front. On Tuesday night, a cold front was passing over the country, which was followed by colder and more unstable air, which created yesterday’s downpour and the thunderstorm.
Arason said it isn’t clear how many flashes of lighting there were but he saw at least five from the window of the Meteorological Office.
Today a storm is forecast in Iceland with strong gusts of wind that could reach speeds of up to 40 meters per second in the worst places, such as below Mt. Hafnarfjall near Borgarnes.
The storm is expected to hit south Iceland in the afternoon and last until nightfall. It will be accompanied by heavy rain.
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