Dust particles blown from Asian and African deserts can increase rain and snow in the Sierra Nevada, researchers report.High altitude dust blown thousands of miles across the Pacific from Asian and African deserts can make it rain and snow in the Sierra Nevada, according to new research that suggests tiny particles from afar play a role in California's water supply.
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