I can validate that they did spray the day before
yesterday to the north of you HEAVILY, and in X
patterns and in a part of the sky which is not
usually used for spraying. Then on the evening
news, I listened to the weatherman say how lucky
we were that a small front had formed "just long
enough" he said verbatim, to push the storm to
the south. I thought then and still wonder now
not only that they pushed the storm but that they
also caused the repercussion of the storm to slow
down so much. The damage to the south seems
extra-ordinary for a CAT 1 storm although for a
short time it did achieve a CAT 2.
I also know that prior to Katrina they sprayed
day and night for weeks. No one could convince me
that there were not those working hard to modify
that storm. They did not spray here after that year
for almost a year. I think it freaked them out.
This year though, they are amping it up again.
I do not smell pesticides up here though. We did
get some storm cell activity but for the most part
this storm was not even a huge rain event for us
where I am in the country south of Huntsville.