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um defentlyu the other side of ohio lol ah 30 miles from the state lines i mentioned
The effect of a city on air humidity, precipitation and fog formation is uncertain. Some cities have more days with fogs and a higher frequency of cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds than the surrounding non-urban area. These phenomena are all favoured by high air humidity and the presence of large amounts of air pollution serving as condensation nuclei. In addition, cloud formation is enhanced by convection which is more intense in the city because of the urban heat island effect and fogs develop because the wind speed in the city is low. Cities are found in all different geographical locations and the local conditions mean that all cities have different climates. In addition, the presence of huge factories or power plants may affect the urban climate by, for example, emitting air pollutants, heat and huge amounts of water vapour from cooling towers into the air.
Simalso read Urban heat islands first noted by Luke Howard