We are being mislead and deceived about our daily temperatures. Our normal temperatures now are much higher than we realize because of geoengineering activities. These activities include daily aerosols that are being sprayed which accumulates in our atmosphere. They can and do obstruct the energy from the sun. The "yo-yo pattern" or rise and fall in temperature is partially controlled by the thickness of the aerosols that are being sprayed - which is measured daily by NOAA is called "Aerosol Optical Thickness." (source: http://serc.carleton.edu/usingdata/datasheets/aerosolopticalthick.html ) .
Geoengineering techniques also can influence weather patterns in an attempt to mitigate storm patterns and unfortunately, is also causing drought in some places, even within the United States (https://www.youtube.com/user/1PacificRedwood).
So, for the Washington DC area, during our period of observation October 2015 - March 2016 this was the pattern.
A. The temperatures were unseasonably warm.
B. A few days of heavy Chemtrail activity was observed.
C. Grey Skies appeared that persisted 3 or more days. By the end of the 3rd day the grey sky is so thick you cant see a low flying plane landing at Washington National. Drizzle, partial rain is also observed during the 3 or more days of grey skies.
D. The skies cleared and the temperature begins to rise almost immediately, within two days the temperature is again unseasonably warm, unless the Aerosol thickness is present that measures enough to obstruct the heat from the sun, or heavy "chem cloud blankets" partially covers the sky giving us partial sunshine. Otherwise, we again experienced unseasonably warm temperatures.
Finally, our natural clouds are easy to detect, except when they are heavily laced with chemicals. Then our natural clouds at times appear to be heavily burden from above and at other times appear to be held up as if they are on a shelf. By the way, if you observe rainbow colors in a natural cloud on a sunny day, be sure the sun has highlighted the chemicals in the cloud.
Here are two things you can do for yourself.
1. Whenever you're ready, on any day, write down the weekly forecast on your calendar as given for that day by your local news meteorologist. Now record for yourself the daily high temperature for that forecasted week. Compare their predictions to your actual observations each day. What do you observe?
2. Follow https://www.youtube.com/user/1PacificRedwood until you have a good understanding of how to read the weather maps. At the same time, check out the weather maps from NOAA for the Washington DC area.
Knowledge is power. Learn as much as you can.