Climate change and Weather forecasting

Changes in average weather conditions are referred to as climate change. Bifid processes, variations in Earth's exposure to solar radiation, Plate Tectonics, and volcanic eruptions all contribute to climate change. The use of science and technology to predict the state of the atmosphere for a specific location is known as weather forecasting. Because they are used to safeguard life and property, weather warnings are significant forecasts. However, important meteorological variables such as wind speed and direction, cloud height, surface temperature, sea ice cover, vegetation cover, precipitation, and so on can be derived from satellite imagery through a variety of quantitative processing methods.

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