Weather and Climate is a brand new series that explores what causes our weather - why the world's weather is constantly changing, why different countries have different weather patterns, how meteorologists forecast weather and the effect the weather has on our lives. Weather Patterns looks at the many different climates of the world, from deserts to the polar regions, and from temperate zones to the tropics. It describes how the pattern of weather in a place affects the vegetation, animal life, agriculture and the lifestyles of the people who live there.
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