Could science seed clouds to stop Olympic rain?

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The Met Office is warning that the Olympics games face wet weather as the rain continues.

BBC Radio 5 liveBreakfast asked Jim Dale, senior risk meteorologist at British Weather Services, if it is possible to stop the rain from falling.

That is because ahead of Beiijing 2008, the Chinese government seeded the clouds to stop the rain falling above the Games.

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