The mountains have their own 'breezes'.
These are winds that occur and are regularly observed in a certain place due to certain local characteristics (usually the terrain).
Today we will talk about a mighty climate phenomenon, the true power of which was not even known until recently.
Why do cyclones rotate counterclockwise (i. e. to the left) while the Coriolis force causes objects to be deflected to the right?
Today we will discuss where and when it is best to watch stars and planets.
Today we're going to talk about the Gulf Stream – perhaps the most famous current in the world's oceans.
The Coriolis force has a huge impact on the weather. It's the power that spins cyclones and anticyclones, and it also affects the direction of trade winds and sea currents.
Predicting the weather by looking at the form of clouds? It is possible! Today we will get acquainted with cirrus uncinus clouds - the precursors of weather changes.
This is the same rain, but it evaporates before reaching the surface of the earth. The reason for this is low ambient humidity. That is, dry air in the way of drops tends to saturate with moisture and "absorbs" them.
Today we will talk about air stability and most importantly - how and why to distinguish stable and unstable atmospheric stratification.