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How cloud seeding could increase the amount of snowfall in Idaho

Idaho Power

For about two decades, Idaho has been changing the weather through a process called cloud seeding. It gives clouds a boost to produce more precipitation like snow.

Now, scientists here are researching a new way to seed clouds that could work better in a changing climate. Rachel Cohen reports.

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