A weather-driven atmosphere
Weather patterns have tremendous impacts on people and ecosystems on Earth.
Clouds are like floating reservoirs of water. Like squeezing a sponge, it redistributes water in the form of rain, sleet and snow.
This has influenced migration patterns and the type of vegetation that grows. One billion tons of water falls every minute on Earth.
Severe weather like tornadoes, hurricanes and flooding have displaced people from homes costing billions in damage.