If you follow UFO reports in the United States over a year’s time, you may notice that there seems to be a pattern. Certain areas of the country have more reports at specific times of the year. For New York and the Northeast, that time of the year is the summer.
Why does this correlation occur? Is it because the occupants of the UFOs like the beautiful green mountains? Or is it because their wormhole opens at this time in this part of the world? Or, maybe, they just don’t like the cold weather.
We don’t know if the occupants can see colors the way we do, or how they travel from here to there (wherever there may be), or even what temperatures they are most comfortable in. Humans however, seem to go outdoors more frequently in the warm weather than in the cold and so they have more opportunities to view something in the sky during the summer months. This is changing. Technology is making it easier for humans to control their personal environments from temperature controlled cars to new fabrics for clothing. There are even reusable heating packs that fit in your shoes and gloves making it even more comfortable to stand outdoors in freezing temperatures and look at the sky.
So why do we see UFOs more often in the summer over the Northeast? We will probably not know the answer until the drivers land and tell us. Twice in the early 1980s, I and the people I was with, watched lights on a solid triangle shape, slowly and silently sail over the Bronx. Each sighting was a year apart and both were on the third Thursday of August.
Hmmmm, maybe they came to see a Yankees game.