Experts refute the speculation linking Dubai’s record rainfall to ‘cloud seeding,’ instead attributing the phenomenon to climate change.

Social media has been abuzz with speculation regarding whether “cloud seeding” was responsible for the record rainfall in Dubai, leading to flooding and the transformation of airport runways into rivers. This storm battered the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman, claiming at least 20 lives and disrupting flights at the world’s largest international air hub, leaving hundreds of passengers stranded. Al Ain city, situated on the UAE-Oman border, witnessed a historic 254 millimeters of rainfall within a 24-hour period, marking the highest recorded rainfall since records began in 1949.

Amidst these events, questions arise: What exactly is cloud seeding, and is there any validity to the allegations of weather manipulation?

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