Nuclear Darkness

Reduced Global Precipitation 1 year after 150 million tons of smoke enter the stratosphere

Reproduced/modified by permission of American Geophysical Union.
Precipitations changes (mm/day) in response to 150 million tons of smoke entering the stratosphere, averaged for June, July and August of the first year following the smoke injection. There are large reductions over large regions, especially those affected by the North Amercian, Asian and African summr monsoons.