Atmospheric phenomena

The meteorological phenomenon is considered various manifestations of processes and physical phenomena occurring in the atmosphere that can be observed in the air or on the surface of the Earth. Meteorological phenomena do not include clouds. They are divided because of their nature: it can be the presence of water in various forms or solid particles, they can be light or electric phenomena.

 

Meteorological phenomena

The most important and well known atmospheric phenomena include rain, snow, hail, fog, hoarfrost, rains, storms, whirlwinds, rainbow, solar halo, lightning and polar auroras.

 

Strange weather phenomena

There are such unusual weather phenomena in the world that sometimes seem unreal. Some of them still make scientists scratch their heads trying to figure out what causes them. If you are interested in this subject, also learn about rare and spectacular weather phenomena.

Meteorology deals with the study of weather phenomena, while weather forecasting is dealt with by a weather forecaster. Meteorological data are collected by meteorological stations, thanks to various meteorological instruments used to measure and analyze individual weather components.

All phenomena occurring in the atmosphere can be observed and prepared in an appropriate way for their arrival. They can affect or not us and our immediate surroundings.