Thursday, 23 March 2017

World Meteorological Day celebrates importance of clouds for weather, climate and water

UN News Centre

A "thunderhead" in Manitoba, Canada. PinP photo.
Clouds inspire art and thought, but few natural phenomena are as important to weather, climate or water, the United Nations meteorological agency today said, launching a digital cloud atlas to celebrate World Meteorological Day. Details here.

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