What is weather?      

The conditions in the air above the earth such as wind, rain or temperature, especially at a particular time over a particular area are called weather.

Weather changes from day to day and from time to time. Sometimes it is hot and sometimes it is cold. On some days it rains while on some days it is dry and windy.

Hot Days:

Some days of the year are very hot. Sun shines brightly on hot days. People like to sit under the fans or in air conditioners and cooler to keep themselves cool. Some people go to hill stations during hot days. We like to have cold drinks, ice-creams etc. during hot days. We like to wear cotton clothes to keep our bodies cool on hot days.

Cold Days:

Some days of the year are very cold. During these days, it snows at some places. The sun is not very hot on cold days. People wear woolen clothes to keep themselves warm. We like to have tea and coffee on cold days. We use heaters to keep our rooms warm. People also like to sit near fire or under the sun to keep themselves warm.

Windy Days:

On some days of the year, the wind blows very fast. When air moves fast, it is called wind. Strong winds can blow away things to distant places. A strong wind can uproot trees. When air blows very fast, it’s also called a storm. Strong wind raises a lot of dust.

Rainy Days:

On some days of the year, it rains heavily. During these days, sky is covered with clouds. The weather is also moist and wet. Children enjoy playing in the rain. We use umbrella and raincoats to protect ourselves from the rain. Sometimes, a rainbow is seen in the sky on a rainy day. A rainbow has seven colors.


Depending upon weather, there are five different season.

The five seasons are:

(i) Winter season,

(ii) Spring season,

(iii) Summer season,

(iv) Monsoon season,

(v) Autumn season

These seasons depend on weather. Spring season is very pleasant.

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