This concerns weather forecasts in Sweden, but I think it's very possible similar things are going on in the US.
I have noticed that all the major suppliers of weather forecasts are censoring or under-reporting rain.
This is true for all suppliers except the national meteorological institute (SMHI), whose forecasts seem to be accurate. For example, in most cases SMHI will report rain a week ahead, while forecasts from other sources only will only report rain a day or two ahead, when it has been in the forecasts of SMHI for a week or more. It's almost as if they systematically expect the rain to disappear, and only insert it in their forecasts in the last minute when it doesn't.
What's the reason for this? Is it some kind of psy-op? Or is there some kind of financial motive? Perhaps they think that if they make their forecasts overoptimistic, people who love sun will make more visits to the forecasting sites and generate more advertising money? Or do they know something the public doesn't, that makes them think that in most cases forecast rain will disappear from the forecasts, so they don't feel the need to report it anyway?
One of the major forecasting sites in Sweden: http://www.klart.se/
National meteorological institute forecasts: http://www.smhi.se/vadret/
A. I get that all over the world (not just in Sweden) the rain has been difficult to forecast. In some areas it is much heavier than originally thought and in other areas the promise of rain seems to never come true (or is much less or at a different time than predicted). This is much in part due to the severe weather manipulation that has been going on, and the residual amounts of toxins that are still in the atmosphere. Even with the rain fall, there are still particles that remain in the atmosphere (and in high spraying areas it is never totally gone). We have had SO much chemicals put into the sky, that they are never totally gone.
It looks as though they have been able to see the temperature patterns, but the normal high and low pressure changes that result in precipitation aren't reliable. I see someone predicting rain (due to the reading on a barometer) and the rain doesn't come, I I get this happens time and time again.
The constant HAARPing of areas also creates more unstable highs and lows, which can be hard to read and I hear that meteorologists often times find things that look like anomalies. Overall, I hear that the weather predictions are their "best guess" on what they are able see. They know something isn't right, but are too scared to come forward and announce it.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-