The moon does have an effect on Earth's weather, but apparently no one knows for certain how. The moon causes atmosphere tides, just as the moon causes oceanic tides. It appears that you can expect colder temperatures when the moon is full or new due to this effect. When the moon is full or new, it causes a bulge in the atmosphere, just as it causes a bulge in the Earth's oceans. When the moon is full or new, the Earth, Moon and Sun all line up, and the gravitational forces of the Sun and Moon act together on the Earth. This effect is especially pronounced when the moon is closest to Earth (at perigee). When the moon is at perigee and when the moon is either full or new, a particularly pronounced drop in temperature can be expected. Right now, the moon is full and at perigee; it is also January, the coldest month of the year. Here in Minnesota, the temperature last night was 28 below 0, Fahrenheit, which is unusually cold, even for Minnesota. While this effect may be noticeable, most meteorologists agree that other atmospheric factors play a greater role in Earth's weather patterns.
With the exception of the ocean tides here on earth, which are caused by the pull of the Moon, the Moon has no effect on earths weather. And the Moon has no weather of it's own, of course.
It depends on what effect you mean. The sun affects the weather on Earth the most and the moon affects the tides on Earth the most.
No the moon has no weather.
The Moon has no weather because the Moon has no atmosphere. Weather is an atmospheric phenomenon.
there is no weather on the moon as there is no atmosphere on the moon
-- In order to have weather, you need air. -- The moon has no air. -- Therefore, the moon has no weather.
The Moon doesn't significantly affect weather on Earth, and weather on Earth doesn't affect the Moon at all.
EARTH has weather and moon does not has weather.
The moon has no atmosphere therefor there is no weather on the moon.
'Weather' is the general term for the behavior of the air.In order to have weather, you need to have air.If you don't have air, then you don't have weather.There is no air on the Moon.Therefore there is no weather on the Moon.
You get no weather without air, and the moon has none of that.
No atmosphere = no weather
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the moon does not effect the earth because there is no way that the moon can effect the earth right
NOAA has no effect on weather. It is a division of NOAA which predicts the weather.
In order to have weather, you need air. Since the moon has no air, it has no weather.
No.The phase of the moon affects the tides but not the weather.
No. The moon does not have an atmosphere.
No, the Moon has no seasons and no weather.
No weather on Moon.
The Moon effects the Earth because it makes the tides be pulled, but gravity pulls it back.So when the Moon is facing the west side of the Earth, it bulges out, and on the other side it makes it stay the same. It might also effect the weather. It also causes high and low tides because of the magnetic pull from Earth to the Moon.
because the moon has no atmosphere
There is No weather on the moon.
The moon does not have a greater effect on the earth than the sun, the moon effects the earth in a different way:The sun effects the earth by locking it in a gravitational orbit through the force of intertia, and effecting it's temperateness and density.The moon effects it on a closer short term basis by manipulating ocean and weather conditions.
The moon and the sun have an effect on the tides