There is a direct relationship between meteorology and weather and climate. Meteorology is actually the study of weather and climate.
Climate is best describe as the long-term average of weather variations in a specific area.
humidity and weather
Climate describes the current condition in the atomosphere. Weather decribes the usual condition in the atomosphere. Hope thats helps:)
they can describe the weather or climate
air pressure and climate
air climate, temperature
the weather, climate, wind, and water. sometimes the sun and mountains.
climate is the change of weather in the world
Many people get confused between climate and weather. Climate is long term and usually talks about the weather conditions in a certain place for a long period of time. Words like "hot and humid" or "cold and dry" can be used to describe a climate. Weather on the other hand is a short term and usually talks about a certain time like the weather tomorrow is sunny. Words like "sunny, rainy, cloudy, snowy, and thunder" can be used to describe weather.
he describe climate +first he do how is the weather going but nobody like him thet way give me the answer
Climate is a classification that is chiefly defined by weather.
by drilling into glacier ice tells about the climate when ice formed.
Climate is affected by the seasons and the weather is affected by the climate. Seasons=Climate=Weather.
The climate in most of the United States is a mid-latitude climate. Characterized by prevailing winds from the West, the weather is dependent on the source of the air mass which carries in the precipitation.
Weather is temporary Climate is Permanent
Climate is the weather conditions of a certain region.
Both weather an climate describe the atmospheric conditions and characteristics of an area. However, while weather describes the specific atmospheric conditions on the short term (minutes, hours, and days), climate describes more general conditions on the long term (decades, centuries, and millennia).