To a certain extent, yes. Meteorologists developed “cloud seeding” in the 1950s, a procedure in which silver iodine and other substances are launched into clouds in order to trigger condensation. Cloud seeding has been used (with limited effectiveness) during severe droughts to hasten rainfall. A form of could-seeding is also used in airports to help clear mists from the runway zones.
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