This Goes-13 Satellite loop begins on Oct 24th and ends on 10-26 at 730 Am ET
The unusual looking cloud canopy moving across the Gulf is actually a network of aerosol deployments intended to mimic Cirrus clouds.
Local WCJB meteorologist, Mike Potter actually reported these as Cirrus clouds at 26,000 feet a day before the event.
Since normal altitude for most commercial and military transport jets is above 30,000 feet we are moved to question what type of aircraft are used to deploy this cloud network in order to keep it intact with repeat aerosol spraying,
With a low trpospheric service ceiling of only 26,000 feet, the possibilities range from a fleet of propeller aircraft, non-passenger jets or drones.
Looking closely you can see strands of aerosols disappear from satellite view to be replaced by new aerosol dumps that maintain or increase the size of the canopy network. Note that the pattern of aerosol deployment has the appearance of an aircraft in motion as the trails have a beginning and end point but only as the clock advances from east to west or west to east, for example.
The Worldview Terra Satellite reveals the consequences of this operation on the October 25th image. The atmosphere over North Florida is smothered in heat-trapping aerosol clouds including chemical jet contrails that persist. The electromagnetic influence noted in the piezoelectric clouds adds warming energy to this toxic brew.
A WUFT meteorologist confirmed the warming effect of this operation on the morning of October 26th.
The climate engineering smoking gun becomes evident when increased surface temperatures on the weather map match the location of the aerosol attack in North Florida captured by Terra satellite.