Certain pollutants, such as aresols and sulfur cause an increase in ice-crystals in thunderclouds, which, in turn, causes less percipitation during thunderstorms. These pollutants do not “prevent” thunderstorms, but they do alter the chemical geometry of the clouds, leading to less rain.
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