weather changes abruptly within a region
climate of a certain region remains the same over a period of time
Climate classifies what type of weather an area will typically have. For example, Miami summers are typically very warm and humid and often see daytime thunderstorms. Typically, 30 YEARS of weather data is needed to establish climate data.
Weather is what meteorological conditions have recently or are currently occurring.
Permanent and semi-permanent air-masses dictate climate. Whereas, weather is dictated by both semi-permanent air mass AND migratory influences - like troughs, ridges, fronts. In addition, weather is also dictated by "diurnal" influences. These are changes in the atmosphere from day to night with the gain and loss of the sun's heat.
Climatology is a whole separate realm of meteorology from "weather forecasting".
by ngureco8 years ago
what's The Difference Between Weather and Climate?
by Susie Lehto10 months ago
Well worth spending the 36 minutes to listen to the video. * http://www.truthandaction.org/founder-w … warming/2/"There’s been less than one degree temperature change since 1978 and no warming...
by JS Matthew4 years ago
Does Weather and Climate Impact Social Economic Development?In the last few hundred years we have seen several "Industrial Revolutions". Are they in any way impacted by the regional climate and weather. Does...
by silverlungs3 years ago
Does the weather influence your mood?I always find that when it's sunny, I'm a much happier person and what not, and when it rains I'd rather spend the day in bed. I was wondering if any of you had similar experiences?
by Scott Bateman12 months ago
It also banned the phrase "emissions reduction".I'm hopeful that the Trump administration will soon ban other stupid phrases, such as "freedom of expression".http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/e...
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