AquariusRadar Posted December 28, 2022 Author Report Share Posted December 28, 2022 The latest AR put down almost 8 inches of rain at some areas- Bonney Doon fire station- above Santa Cruz in the San Lorenzo river valley. Many areas receiving 3 to 4 inches. A large part of the rainfall was lost to flooding to the Pacific via San Lorenzo river and nearby steep mountain streams- Lauguna Creek- direct to the ocean. A similar flooding AR in the 1980s destroyed the nearby town of Ben Lomond on Boulder Creek.This exact scenario is what I discussed years ago on my California Test page http://aquariusradar.com/californiatestproposal.html. This is a good example of how the Aquariusradar could be used to transport flooding rains inland. The microwave heating action, tiny as it is, can slow the rate of rainfall from CN rain storms. Powerful DoD radars are just up the coast at Pillar Point AFS- where I once worked- that can be used to act as the aquariusradar- quelling the downpour at the coast and allowing the moisture to remain aloft to move inland for more rain in the hills and valleys beyond and possibly snow in the distant Sierra. The Sierra doesn't allow moisture to move eastward. The high peaks create a rain shadow on the Nevada side. So if flooding coastal rain can be slowed and moisture kept aloft- almost for sure the rain or snow will come down in California. I have had no response from anyone who thinks this idea is of value for study. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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