“Fifty-two rain showers fell on Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates in July and August.”
That happened in the Middle east desert, and at the middle of the summer, where and when rain is not expected at all.If you don’t know the climate there you, that article won’t attract your attention, but if you know about the climate there you will be very surprised.
It is not natural rain but it happened. They tried that experiment to modify the weather in Abu Dhabi, although non of the fifty two times that it rained there was not predictions of raining, but still they are trying to prove that those rain showers were due to the ionizers experiment.
The ionizers look like poles extending 33 feet (10 meters) into the air, with an ionization grid just a few meters wide. Each uses 500 watts of electrical power. Ionization antennas began with a Russian scientist and have since been marketed internationally through several companies, according to Bruintjes at the U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Scientists working for the United Arab Emirates government artificially created rain. The $11 million project, which began in July, put steel lampshade-looking ionizers in the desert to produce charged particles. The negatively charged ions rose with the hot air, attracting dust. Moisture then condensed around the dust and eventually produced a rain cloud.