The word "weather" is used to indicate the state of the material atmosphere as to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, cloudiness or clearness. In recent times nations, recognizing the importance of weather in human experience, have sought to discover the physical factors and forces causing atmospheric changes, and to anticipate and foretell weather conditions.
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