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Not only is climate changing faster than it has in the past 1,000 years, but the rate of temperature change is also starting to speed up, with an average rate of change of 0.2 to 0.6 degrees ...

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Why Does Weather Change? By Cindy Grigg : 1 Weather is what is taking place in the air around Earth. Rain and snow are weather. Sunny, fair days are a kind of weather, too. 2 Three main things cause our weather to change. Heat, wind, and moisture cause changes in our weather. Heat comes from the sun.

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Four Extreme Weather Changes and Why They're Happening Now . ... You can learn more about climate change science from the EDF site "Climate change: Weather on steroids" and read more about many of ...

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Why Does Weather Change? Weather differs every day due to changes in heat, wind and moisture. The revolution of Earth around the sun is the primary reason for seasonal changes. Weather refers to the condition of Earth's atmosphere at any given time, and includes temperature, air pressure, precipitation and cloud cover. Low pressure typically ...

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Although scientists consider an abrupt climate change unlikely in the next 100 years, their understanding of the phenomena is still a work-in-progress, and such a change could be triggered ...

www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2019/04/22/weather...

Areas that are most at risk of civil conflict tend to have more lapses and errors in weather data — and the problem is getting worse. [The effects of climate change will force millions to ...

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Weather is actually the conditions of the atmosphere at any given location and any instant. The conditions are temperature, pressure, presence of clouds, humidity, wind speed, amount of sunlight and sea conditions(if you are close to the sea.). T...

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Find information, blogs, articles, news, and multimedia related to global warming, climate change, and evironmental changes, how and why the climate is changing, and what we can do to mitigate it

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Severe weather conditions include hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, and droughts. Climate is the long-term average of the weather in a given place. While the weather can change in minutes or hours, a change in climate is something that develops over longer periods of decades to centuries.

www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate-guide/climate-change/why

An animation to explain how the climate system works. Video: Climate change and aerosols. Dr Jim Haywood, Aerosol Research Scientist at the Met Office talks about climate change and aerosols. Video: Amazon Forest and climate change. Dr Richard Betts from the Met Office Hadley Centre talks about the Amazon forest and climate change