Cloud Seeding Couples can now have rain-free weddings with new technology

The technology uses silver iodide to "seed" the clouds, then the compound allows the water vapour in the clouds to condense, and produce rain in advance of the D-day.

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Oliver's Travels, a UK company has come up with a new technology called 'cloud seeding' to help couples have a wedding without rainfall messing it up for them.

The service was designed to provide people with a guaranteed rain-free weather on their big day for a £100,000 (N28,670,767.30) fee.

The technology uses silver iodide to "seed" the clouds, then the compound allows the water vapour in the clouds to condense, and produce rain in advance of the D-day.

The company's meteorologists and pilots would begin planning three weeks ahead of the wedding, forcing the clouds to rain so that the sky would be clear by the time of the date.

This seems pretty interesting, but for that mind-boggling fee, wouldn't you rather reschedule your wedding to a season when you're 'naturally' assured of no rain?

Or what do you guys think?

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