In this post from LinkedIn there is a video of a bunch of rain fall, the post says,
Dubai is making it rain (artificially).
Scientists in the United Arab Emirates are using electrical charges from drones to zap clouds and manipulate the weather to force rainfall.
The electricity creates large raindrops that would have otherwise evaporated before they hit the ground in the desert climate. Dubai gets almost no rain in the summer and temperatures regularly reach 120 degrees.
It seems the source is this Independent article which says similar things. (article behind paywall, I can't read it myself).
I'm skeptical that such a technology could exist even. Is there any air in a desert regardless of altitude that contains enough moisture to cause a "monsoon-like downpour" (actual wording that I can see in the Independent article). Can drones carry batteries of sufficient voltage to make it rain like that? Does this kind of technology exist out of Dubai at all?