Clouds Dew Fog Hail Ice Rain Rainbows Snow Weather Vanes Wind
Clouds, As A Found Weather Event

Suspended liquid water drops or tiny pieces of ice.

Dew, As A Weather Event

Dew, rain drops, and frost (frozen dew) is water in the form of droplets that appears on thin, exposed objects in the morning or evening due to condensation.

Fog, As A Weather Event

Fog is a cloud that forms at ground level.

Hail, As A Weather Event, Eugene, Oregon

Like other precipitation in cumulonimbus clouds, hail begins as water droplets. As the droplets rise and the temperature goes below freezing, they become supercooled water and will freeze on contact with condensation nuclei.[from wikipedia]

Ice, As A Weather Event

Fresh water below 0 °C at standard atmospheric pressure

Rain, As A Weather Event

Rain, drizzle and the effects of rain such as flooding.

Rainbows, As A Weather Event

Rainbows can be full circles. However, the observer normally sees only an arc formed by illuminated droplets above the ground, and centered on a line from the Sun to the observer's eye.[from wikipedia]

Snow, and Sleet As Weather Events

Precipitation in the form of crystalline water ice

Weather Vanes, Show Wind Direction

The weather vane was independently invented in ancient China and Greece around the same time during the 2nd century BCE. The earliest written reference to a weather vane appears in the Huainanzi, and a weather vane was fitted on top of the Tower of the Winds in Athens.[from wikipedia]


The movement of air outside, that is neither too fast nor too slow.

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