Just like other areas on the Earth, various of factors influence the weather. Weather relies upon a considerable measure of variables, including temperature, latitude, and the mix of water and land. Separately the factors that influence weather are vital. However, they also connected with one another to create climate feedbacks and weather patterns, which have impacts both within the area. Considered together, these factors focus the Energy Budget, or the balance of heat. Throughout the span of the year, heat moves northwards and escapes through the atmosphere. There are many factors that cause changes in weather, some of it we cannot see.
The water cycle, as the sun warms the surface of the Earth, water ascends in a form of water vapor from the seas, plants, streams, lakes, the ground and different sources. This process, called evaporation. The air masses, when the air hovers for some time over a surface area with uniform temperature and humidity, it tackles the characteristics of range beneath. A jet stream is the name given to the area of air above where two air masses of distinctive temperature unite, for instance, a cold front meeting a warm front.
The more prominent the temperature difference between the air masses, the more prominent the air pressure difference, and the faster the wind blow in the jet stream. This stream of air has a wind speed which is often exceeded 100mph, and some of the time more than 200mph, when there is a more prominent difference between the temperature of the warm ocean air masses and the cold continental air masses. The weather fronts, the transition between two air masses of different temperature and humidity is called a front. Along warm front, warm air displaces cold air, while along the cold front, cold air displaces warm air. When neither one of the air masses displaces the other, a stationary front creates.