4/08/2014 — San Antonio, Texas — Large RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” vortex generation

Video of the event here (as it occurred live on RADAR):



April 8, 2014 .. 1-3am central time, a large vortex shaped RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” event took place , emitted from the San Antonio NEXRAD RADAR station.

As with other previous events, we see the RADAR pulse / “HAARP ring” produce ionization + CCN (cloud condensation nuclei).

Seen below, via multiple .gif animations coming from the NEXRAD feed on College of Dupage, the “HAARP ring” produces multiple returns showing across Base Reflectivity, Velocity, Relative Mean Velocity, Correlation Coefficient, Differential Reflectivity, Specific Differential Phase, VIL (vertical integrated liquid), Echo Tops, and EVEN SHOWING AS A 1-hour storm total (of precipitation)!

Yes, showing as over an hour of storm precipitation.  Coming from a long lasting energy pulse, not mother nature.

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Links to the screenshot sources, and sources shown in the video:









backdated NEXRAD feeds can be found here [time of the event begins roughly 655Z (UTC) April 8 2014 ] :



.gif animations may take a moment to load (each feed is 48 images):

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As always, keep watch on the epicenter of the “HAARP ring” / RADAR pulse — in this case, San Antonio.  Watch from the point of the pulse up to 72 hours for Hail, Damaging winds, and/or possible tornadoes to strike very close to the center of the pulse.




All the previous  documentations of frequency induced / influenced weather can be found here:








Curious how radio frequency can influence the weather via ionization, and heating?






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