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Drought Breaking PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Ryan   
ImageMost droughts can be broken within a two week period. That is, within two weeks of beginning an operation, rainfall resumes and then continues on an average to above-average cycle for the next month. Often, the precipitation continues average to above-average at least for the remainder of the season.

In some cases we will guarantee above-average precipitation for the month following drought breaking operations.
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Snow Pack PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Ryan   
ImageOne of the best weather making operations to perform is the building of snowpacks. Throughout the West rivers, streams, creeks and reservoirs all depend upon the snowpack for their year’s water. Beginning in the early winter, periodic rainmaking operations are done to influence snow buildup in the major mountain ranges – Cascades, Sierras, Rockies -- and all intervening mountains and highlands.
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Fire Fighting PDF Print E-mail
Written by Matt Ryan   
When a large scale fire breaks out there are several advantages to beginning rainmaking operations in the area:
  • Within 24 hours there will be an increase in humidity, and a drop in temperature.
  • Within 24 hours wind speed, or direction, can usually be altered.
  • Within 3 to 5 days rain is possible; within 5 to 10 days it’s expectable.
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