Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about the weather. One of the most significant aspects of our existence is the weather.
Our emotions, health, and even our capacity to conduct ourselves normally during the day can all be significantly impacted by it. Because of this, it’s important to understand the various weather patterns and how they may impact us.
Weather is the atmosphere’s shift from day to day or hour to hour. There are many different types of weather, such as wind, lightning, storms, hurricanes, tornadoes (also known as twisters), rain, hail, and snow. The Sun’s energy also has an impact on the weather.
Climate explains the types of weather that often occur in a region at various periods of the year. Weather variations can impact our lives and attitude. Depending on the weather, we dress differently and engage in different activities. Depending on the season, we select various meals.
Weather develops as a result of the Sun heating the Earth’s surface to varying degrees. This creates various climates. Due to the Sun’s direct downward light, the tropics experience the most heat, while the poles experience the least heat as a result of the Sun’s low angle of illumination. Convection causes lighter, warmer air to rise higher in the atmosphere.
When the water cools, it condenses, turning from a gas to a liquid and creating a warm front or cold front. The movement of air on Earth is controlled by atmospheric circulation. Thank you.