Passing plane wings wring extra snow and rain out of clouds reveals the study by Dmitri Moisseev et al. published in Journal of Geophysical Research.
Passing plane wings wring extra snow and rain out of clouds reveals the study by Dmitri Moisseev et al. published in Journal of Geophysical Research.

Planes flying over rain or snow can intensify the precipitation by as much as 10-fold, according to the study. Read more from the article or from Science Magazine or the London Economic.