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30 August, 16:19

1. This summer should be hotter than normal.

2. The humidity dropped overnight.

3. A thunderstorm canceled our softball game.

4. It has never gone below 32°F in the month of December.

5. The high-temperature yesterday was 10 degrees above normal.

6. The clouds are rolling in.

7. One of the strongest blizzards hit New York in February 2007, leaving about 6 feet of snow.

8. Texas is hot and humid and Arizona is hot and dry during the summer.

9. The skies were clear until an hour ago.

10. The air pressure dropped.

11. We had a lot more rain last year than this year.

12 Another tornado hit Kansas City.

13. Winds blew at 35 mph today.

for each one explain if its weather climate or both

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  1. 30 August, 17:58
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    1. Climate

    2. Weather

    3. Weather

    4. Climate

    5. Weather

    6. Both

    7. Climate

    8. Both

    9. Weather

    10. Both

    11. Weather

    12. Weather

    13. Weather

    Explanation:

    First lets get an understanding of what the differences of weather and climate are. Weather = the state of the atmosphere at a place and time as regards heat, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc. & Climate = the weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over a long period.

    So, weather refers to short-term changes in the atmosphere, climate describes what the weather is like over a long period of time in a specific area
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