Weather (Weather: Is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain place…
Weather: Is the condition of the atmosphere at a certain place and time.
Temperature: A measure of how hot or cold the air is, and it depends on how much energy the air receives from the sun. Temperature is measured with a device called a thermometer and is usually calculated in degrees Celsius or degrees Fahrenheit.
Relative Humidity: is a measure of how much moisture there actually is in the air.
Absolute Humidity: is a measure of how much water vapor the air is capable of holding. The hotter the air is, the more moisture it can hold.
Weather is made up of humidity. There is two types of humidity absolute and relative.
Weather includes sunshine, rain, cloud cover, winds, hail, snow, sleet, freezing rain, flooding, blizzards, ice storms, thunderstorms, steady rains from a cold front or warm front, excessive heat, heat waves and more.
High pressure areas are associated with clear, sunny days.
Air pressure also make up weather. Air pressure is the weight of the atmosphere pressing down on the earth. We measure air pressure with a device called barometer.
Low pressure areas bring high humidity, clouds, and you guessed it rain and other precipitation.
If the temperature rises 1 or 2 degrees it could cause a problem in the ocean. Since the ocean constantly absorbs heat it could damage the coral. The heat could melt polar ice caps causing sea levels to rise.
Subarctic Continental Climates are found a little bit further north, in Canada and northern Russia.
Climate is an area's pattern of weather over a long period of time.
Climatologists are people who study climate define it by many factors, including averages of precipitation, temperature, and air pressure.
Continental Climate are found in the Northern Hemisphere below the Arctic Circle.
Temperate climates are along the Mediterranean Sea, in the South & the West Coast of North America, Southern Africa & parts of South America.
Arid climates are a little bit further away from the equator.
Tropical climates are found close to the equator. They also receive more sunlight than any other area which means they're often very, very hot!
Humid Continental Climates are located throughout North America & Eastern Europe.
Global warming is a change in the world's climate; the pattern of weather over long periods.
Polar Climates are found in Alaska, Canada,including the islands, and an area from the western part of the United States
Gases like carbon dioxide & methane act as a barrier, it's good at absorbing & redirecting heat. (Greenhouse Gases)
It lets sunlight through easily and traps the heat that bounces off because of this it keeps everything in balance. The coal, oil, and gas that we use harms this balance. We also chop trees and that affects the process.
We can fix this but using solar and wind power. He could walk or ride bikes instead of taking a bus or car, efficient light bulbs, turning the lights off when you leave the room, taking short showers and moving away from fossil fuels.