6/28/2013 — Dover Delaware Airforce Base — RADAR pulse across the spectrum

ALERT – Scroll down below this original post to see the update 450pm Eastern Time — 5 hours after the RADAR pulse – a NWS issued tornado warning for area just north of Dover, DE (21 miles from the pulse epicenter).


June 28, 2013 — approximately 1030am ET , a large RADAR pulse event occurred , coming from the Dover, DE Airforce base NEXRAD RADAR.

Not a typical concentric circular shaped “HAARP ring”, nor anything close to a “Scalar Square”.  This “test mode” from an out of service Airforce Base RADAR is showing as multiple targeted pulses in EVERY direction at the same time.

Don’t know what effect this will have (heating wise) in the atmosphere, will have to watch this for the next 72 hours to see if any weather hits the pulse epicenter.



Multiple screenshots across multiple RADAR observation platforms:

dover afb haarp ring final june 28 2013


Ironic that the NWS has the radar showing as out of order / no data transmission


kdox radar pulse june 28 2013 out of service


Level III data not available (yet):


Full explanation of RADAR pulsing , and the effect several pulses have had on the weather:



UPDATE – JUNE 28, 2013 450pm ET:

The NWS issued tornado warnings for the area directly surrounding Dover, Delaware — 21 miles north of Dover Air Force Base — hail, damaging winds, and a NWS warned tornado.

dover delaware june 28 2013

dover tornado warning june 28 2013a

14 thoughts on “6/28/2013 — Dover Delaware Airforce Base — RADAR pulse across the spectrum

  1. In Brooklyn last night, we witnessed the effect of the radar pulse on the clouds directly overhead. There was an odd visible linear effect, that I can now attribute to something tangible. We appreciate all of your research. Thanks!

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