It was a light day for aerosol pollution in Los Angeles. We started the day with blue skies as a lone chemtrail was etched into the sky, starting and stopping as only a chemical, rather than water vapor trail can. There were beautiful cumulus clouds overhead, but to the south, the cumulus clouds were engulfed in an aerosol haze. The difference between the natural sky and the aerosol sky is quite apparent. In the top right photo taken facing south, you can see the polluted sky and in the next row, taken at the same time but overhead in mid city LA, you can see an almost clean sky with gorgeous natural clouds.
In the afternoon, aerosols rolled into LA from the west, killing the natural clouds and replacing them with thin chemclouds and light chemhaze. The sky turned from blue to greyish, whitish, pale blue. The chemtrail drawn earlier was a good indicator that chemclouds would blow in, as has been the typical pattern in LA for many months now. The chembombing in Mexico has slown down and as of the past couple of weeks, most of the aerosols are coming in from over the Pacific Ocean.
The day ended with not so natural clouds imitating marine layer, but seen to the east rather than west, where marine layer typically comes from. They were mixed with the aerosol haze that had made its way across the city from west to east during the day.