Farm vulnerability and adaptation Quiz
What is the difference between weather and climate?
There is no difference, they are just the same
Weather refers to the future climate. Climate refers to the physical description of a series of variables such as temperature, wind, precipitations, etc. at a given time
Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a given time, defined by the meteorological elements. Climate is the synthesis of the meteorological conditions in a determined place, characterized by long-term statistics of the meteorological elements in that place
Weather measures how long it takes for determined meteorological conditions to take place. Climate stablishes the existing atmospheric situation depending on several factors (temperature, wind, atmospheric pressure, clouds)