PM Update: A dry winter chill
The weather is about as uneventful as it gets in early January. Skies are mostly sunny, winds are light and high temperatures, in the low-to-mid 40s are just about average. That's the story through tomorrow as we await the chance of a little light snow to close out an otherwise pedestrian week weatherwise.
Through Tonight: A dry cold front comes through this evening and just brings some high clouds as temperatures fall back through the 30s. After that, clear skies return and lows range from near 20 in the colder suburbs to the upper 20s downtown. Winds are from the west at 5-10 mph.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): High pressure builds back into the region from the west delivering another sunny, seasonable day. Temperatures reach the low 40s for highs with a wind from the northwest around 10 mph.
Artificial rain in the United Arab Emirates: The UK Daily Mail reports fifty rainstorms were created last year in the Abu Dhabi desert due to a "secret" weather modification program. Rain fell when it was never predicted and in the middle of summer when it seldom falls in the region. While some are skeptical the rain was truly manufactured, such a possibility in a desert region is being viewed as a potentially important technological breakthrough according to the Daily Mail article.
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