Weather, as referred in this site, pertains to the atmospheric condition as to temperature (hot or cold), precipitation (wet or dry), wind movement (calm or stormy), sky cover (clear or cloudy) and air pressure among others. It may concern wind, cloud, rain, snow, fog and dust storms. Other common phenomena include natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons and storms like ice storms and hail storms. Common weather phenomena occur at the lower part of the atmosphere – troposphere.
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If the temperature of the Earth’s surface is high, it will heat the air above it. When air expands when heated, lowering the air pressure and its density. The resulting horizontal pressure from this occurrence accelerates the air from high to low pressure area, creating wind.
The rotation of the Earth then causes curvature of the flow through the Coriolis effect. This simple occurrence can display emergent behaviour producing more complex systems or large scale weather phenomena.
Some believes that the weather condition has never been exactly and absolutely the same with the past conditions, making it varies to some extent, day after day.
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