Weather Why: Contrails

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Sometimes you see them, sometimes you don't. Channel 13 viewer Marge H. wanted to know why sometimes you see trails behind airplanes and other times you do not. Megan Salois explains the meteorology behind the clouds and what weather hints they can give you.

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  • Sue Huelbig

    Why did you pull this off of your facebook page? I want to know how you take contrail clouding into your forecast?
    Why did you pull this … Why are you not answering my question please Megan? These contrails are changing our weather and covering our Sun. We know that this is changing our weather and climate so how are you taking this into your daily forecast?

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