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Because the sun heats up the earth, causing differing air pressures, creating wind, rain, and all other forms of weather.
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What is weather?

Weather is how nature manifests its atmospheric conditions in our surroundings. A good example is rain, or a very windy day. In many cases it can be more violent like hurrican

Why do you have weather - what is it?

Because there are 4 seasons. And seasons are because of the earth's rotation around the Sun. Basically, what matters is the number of sunny hours. If you live on the Equator,

Why is there weather?

Basically, the sun heats the earth and its atmosphere causing differences in air temperature. The warm air rises from the equator and travels towards the poles.

What is weathering?

the natural process by which atmospheric and eviromental agents  ,such as wind,rain, and decomposite rocks    "Weathering" (proper spelling) is the breaking down of natu

What does weather do?

The weather doesn't exactly do anything it what it IS that matters. Weather is what is happening right now if you look outside example; Outside i'ts raining.

What are the weathers you have?

Sunny, Mostly Sunny, Partly Sunny, Partly Cloudy, Overcast, Mostly Cloudy, Cloudy, Breezy, Windy, Gusty, Fog, Showers, Rain Showers, Rain, Drizzle, Light Rain, Moderate Rain,

What is weathering chemical weathering and physical weathering?

The difference is what the cause or material is. For example: Take two events of raining, one of them is acid rain. Acid rain would seep into limestone or rock, causing it to

What can weather do?

weather can affect all organisms no matter if it is extreme or not, weather can cause damage and be refreshing
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What it is weathering?

weathering is the decay of the rocks of the earth's crust to the exposure to the atmosphere i.e., a process by which the rocks exposed on the surface get broken up into smalle