Bob137 wrote:The clouds looked as if they were going from a irregular pattern, until they got to Norad, then went straight, and turned right at 90 degree angles, as though they were not just going around something, but that they were being manipulated to go straight, then turn at a right angle. Could not see any objects or UFO's around or above Norad, just the clouds doing these strange maneuvers. None of us at the time that were watching this, could figure out what could make them do this, unless Norad was testing some sort of weather formation device, which as stated we experienced some intense lightining all around the area we were at, as this was happening. WE happened to be on a hill at the time, where we had a clear view of Norad, and above it, and around it. We did not see any clouds anywhere else acting in that way! That is one of the strangest things I had ever seen when it comes to the weather, other than seeing the Northern Lights in Wichita, KS back in the 80's.
Wow - And since you still clearly remember the events to this day, it must have been something very much out of the ordinary! Also, I would think clouds that turn at a 90 degree angle are not typical clouds either so it would seem something was definitely going on! One time, while living in Oregon, I observed a large white cloud with right angles too, just as plain as could be. In fact the whole cloud looked to be more of a square, and if I remember correctly was the only cloud in the entire skyline at the time. I took a picture of it with my phone camera but that was in 2009. Although I have a different camera phone now, I think that picture is still on my old phone which no doubt is around here somewhere -