As interested as Texomans are in cloud seeding, we're not the only ones who want to know more about the project and whether it's successful. In fact, crews from WFAA, the ABC affiliate in Dallas, and Discovery Channel were in Wichita Falls to learn more about what actions the city is taking to save itself.
The cloud seeding plane took off in Wichita Falls Wednesday morning with hopes of making rain more impactful.
Officials say the cumulonimbus clouds in Saturday’s thunderstorm were perfect for cloud seeding, so the cloud seeding plane took flight twice.
Officials say the cumulonimbus clouds in Saturday’s thunderstorm are perfect for cloud seeding so the cloud seeding plane took flight.
The fifth annual Wichita Falls Ranch and Farm Expo has come and gone but not before some who attended poured out their opinion on cloud seeding.
It was around 4:30 Wednesday afternoon when the cloud seeding plane took off for Wilbarger county Before the plane takes flight, many calculations had to be made.
As of 5 p.m. Wednesday, the online petition had 120 signatures.
Starting Saturday the city could start adding silver iodide to our clouds to try to make it rain.
Wichita falls' city councilors approved moving forward with cloud seeding this past week, but they have not received as much support as they had hoped for.
After Wichita Falls city officials give the green light to cloud seeding yesterday, the company that will keep their eye on the sky is making preparations to do just that when the time is right.
Wichita Falls city leaders decide desperate times call for desperate measures, and Tuesday they gave the okay to proceed with a cloud seeding project in an effort to bring rain.
Wichita Falls city officials are hoping they can bring extra rain to Texoma soon.
As lake levels keep dropping while no rain is in sight Wichita Falls officials are trying to find more ways to replenish our water supply.
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With Wichita Falls lakes well below the 30% level another year of drought could be disastrous.
Desperate times often bring desperate measures, and the ongoing drought may have seeded the idea for one such measure a measure testing whether man can affect or change the weather.