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The Nature of Rain from the Scientific Perspective

What is the Nature of Rain After the director of one of the American radio stations got wet because of the autumn rain, the radio program “Weather forecast” appeared. Information that is formed due to weather data providers turned out to be relevant, since it is always useful to find out whether it is worth taking an umbrella today and...

Cloud Types: Short Classification

Cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of minute liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body, – say scientists. Below we will tell you about the main types of clouds. Cloud Names: How to Identify Different Types According to the scientific data, clouds have different names based on their shape and their height in the sky. Really, if we peer into the...

Fog: its essence and reasons

Fog is a mixture of condensate products. A lot of small drops of water hovering directly above the earth’s surface make fog to appear. Some facts about Fog Negative side: Compared to other meteorological phenomena, such as a tornado, thunderstorm, snowfall, fogs, in fact, are not considered a fearsome power of nature. Nevertheless, it strongly influences the human’s life and...

What is supermoon and when to observe it again?

We live in a wonderful world and are lucky to observe unbelievable phenomena like supermoon. Have you missed the 14th November? Well, don’t worry, you will have such an occasion soon…but not very soon. So what is supermoon and why can we observe it? Why does the distance between the Earth and its natural satellite vary? The event, described as...

Factors that influence weather

Have you ever thought how clouds appear in the sky? Or what are jet streams? How weather fronts are made? In general, there are several factors that we do not see but that still influence weather. The water cycle Evaporation is the process when water in lakes, rivers, seas, oceans and plants rises in the air in form of vapor....

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