Massive storm 'parked' in Tasman Sea gaining strength.

A huge storm parked in the Tasman Sea to the West of NZ's South Island is gaining strength rapidly.  The storm is pulling in air from down NZ's East coast and around the bottom of the South Island and is also pulling in air to the North from halfway to Noumea.  The eye of the storm appears to be 'parked'.  Which way will the storm directed I wonder?

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Comment by Fiona Hansen on January 23, 2017 at 20:33

Today over OZ - early morning. What we were seeing mostly in the sea last year.

Comment by Fiona Hansen on January 23, 2017 at 20:22

This has been going on a while. This shot 29th Nov after 8pm - boom, blobs going off in weather stream coming to NZ.

Comment by rose on January 23, 2017 at 14:08

People are surprised?

This came out in 2007 - you were warned but ALL ASLEEP  Rupert Murdochs nephew, Matt Hanbury was given 10 million in 2007 to make rain.  That was nearly ten years ago peeps - wakey wakey

There has been total carnage in towns in Australia due to these programes - but folk STILL REFUSE TO READ THIS INFORMATION!

Turnbull pumps $10m into rainmaking gamble

Few MPs would have worked harder to defend their seats at this election than Environment Minister Malcolm Turnbull, whose blue ribbon Sydney seat of Wentworth is under siege not just from Labor but a range of environmental activists, mostly coalescing around the Greens.

But in the second week of the campaign, Mr Turnbull found the time to announce that the Government, already in caretaker mode, would bankroll to the tune of $10 million the investigation of an untried Russian technology that aims to trigger rainfall from the atmosphere, even when there are no clouds.

It is a decision that raised the eyebrows of water experts around the country.

Mr Turnbull's office says there was no breach of caretaker protocol because the project was actually approved before the election was announced.

The money bankrolls research into a mysterious ionisation technology promoted by the Australian Rain Corporation.

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Comment by Fiona Hansen on January 23, 2017 at 13:38

Jim Lee's latest video on marine cloud brightening. 'Silver lining project".

Comment by Laila on January 23, 2017 at 13:35

Interesting Fiona and Saru G, I have also been watching the strange weather patterns happening in Australia. What you both said is what I have been seeing too, and this years monsoon would usually have the Low pressure systems up north over the top of us here in northern Australia but they are sitting across the middle of the country. That is something I have never seen! Last years wet season was the driest ever, this year is wetter, but no sign of any cyclones. As we have unwittingly become a US base up here in the north and Pine Gap in the centre, I guess they will also take control of the weather here.

Comment by rose on January 23, 2017 at 12:40

thanks Danielle

Comment by Sarah Hornibrooke on January 23, 2017 at 8:41

"A front bringing heavy rain and northwest gales was approaching the lower South Island, and was set to move northwards over the country during Wednesday, MetService said."

Comment by Danielle on January 23, 2017 at 8:20

Reading with interest Fiona, Greg, not being as up with the play on the maps I'll admit. Be interested to know what you think of these videos? Bout cloud manufacturing off the coast of Oz & the moving of the weather over here. Been watching these vids occasionally.

There is a third vid for 15th if want to see/hear any more. He used to do daily vids.

Comment by Saru G on January 22, 2017 at 19:56

Straight back at ya Fiona. Nice work

Comment by Fiona Hansen on January 22, 2017 at 19:51

Pretty spot on SG. I have been watching satellite BOM now for about 6mths on a daily basis. Previously Central Australia has always been pretty clear apart from explosive cloud coming from the sea below Java which would then go in a line from NW to SE over Australia in Jet stream. Manipulated on the way by various radar - Exmouth and Adelaide common offenders. Once system passes over Vic, the Melb to Tas radar is often on and Brisbane comes alive to move the system on to NZ and off the coast.

Recently I am now seeing these blobs originating over the desert. Guess what, the desert is having rain and flourishing. When I went to the IPCC climate report a couple of years back. They reckoned "Climate change " would cause Victoria to dry up and more rain to occur top end of OZ. That would probably become the new food bowl and help supply Asia with food. I am suspicious all round. Don't know much regarding weather but have observed it for a long time. When I was young and used to surf here in Melb, I always checked the weather map in the Newspaper. The weather always came from the West - Perth, Adelaide and then Melbourne. Now we are getting tropical systems and humidity not usual for Melb - coming down from round equator??

Weather modification and control going on big time I think.

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