In Rome (Italy) a *very very* tall, large and long
building, called *Il Corviale* changed the weather.
The famous light wind called *il ponentino* (westerly breeze)
now is dead, definitively.
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Sent: Sunday, July 09, 2000 10:19 PM
Subject: Cities make weather
> Cities soak up heat all day, and dump in on the world at night, causing
> thunderstorms where no thunderstorms should be. At least in the case of
> I wonder if this will support my claim that tornadoes skip Chicago.
> -xx- Damien X-)
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