Weather vs Climate – What’s the Difference?

weather and climate and explains the key differences between them. Weather refers to short term atmospheric conditions such as temperature, humidity, precipitation, wind, and visibility that change from day to day. Climate, on the other hand, represents long term patterns of weather averaged over decades or centuries. The video also explains how weather is measured using instruments like weather stations and satellites, while climate is analyzed through historical data and long term trends. The connection between climate change and weather patterns is discussed, emphasizing their impact on daily life, agriculture, water resources, and policy making.
00:00 Introduction
00:18 Defining Climate
00:35 Key Differences Between Weather and Climate
01:09 Measuring Weather and Climate
01:18 Real World Examples
01:53 Importance of Understanding Weather and Climate
02:22 Climate Change and Weather Patterns
02:59 Conclusion

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