Aerosols have been studied and found that aerosols alter cloud density and the radiative balance of the atmosphere. A new study reveals the net effect of long-term aerosol pollution affects cloud formation and rainfall, which means that during times of drought the clouds are shallower so that pollution aerosols suppress the rain even further, whereas during floods the clouds are deep, and hence the air pollution would make them rain even more. This may be the cause of severe weather conditions in highly populated areas such as the east coast which is generally more polluted.
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