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 What is weather basic information?

 Water is a tiny molecule. It consists of three atoms : two of hydrogen and one of oxygen. Water molecules cling to each other because of a force called hydrogen bonding.

How do we get weather information?

The main inputs from country-based weather services are surface observations from automated weather stations at ground level over land and from weather buoys at sea. The World Meteorological Organization acts to standardize the instrumentation, observing practices and timing of these observations worldwide.

 

How do we read weather?

  1. Sun: Clear skies and bright sunshine.
  2. Cloud: Overcast or partly cloudy conditions.
  3. Raindrop: Indication of rain showers.
  4. Snowflake: Signifies snowfall or wintry precipitation.
  5. Thunderstorm: Represents the potential for thunderstorms.
  6. Wind: Depict wind direction and speed.

 

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How do we read weather?

  1. Sun: Clear skies and bright sunshine.
  2. Cloud: Overcast or partly cloudy conditions.
  3. Raindrop: Indication of rain showers.
  4. Snowflake: Signifies snowfall or wintry precipitation.
  5. Thunderstorm: Represents the potential for thunderstorms.
  6. Wind: Depict wind direction and speed