Which of the following most accurately describes the difference between climate and weather? (1 point)

Climate refers to long-terms conditions; weather refers to daily conditions.

Climate refers to severe weather events; weather refers to precipitation.

Climate refers to land form; weather refers to average conditions over time.

Climate and weather roughly refer to the same thing.

What is the answer, please help thank you (:

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  1. Climate refers to long-terms conditions; weather refers to daily conditions.

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  2. Climate refers to long-terms conditions; weather refers to daily conditions.

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  3. what are effect of latitude on weather and climate

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  4. Can someone post the answers to Lesson 5, Unit 1 Georgia's Climate and Weather quiz?

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  5. 1.A

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  6. Yeetus is 100% correct!

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  7. Yeetus is correct!!

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  8. thanks man :)

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  9. if yall seventh grade going to eigth look back at this it is totally right

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  10. yeetus is still correct in 2020! ^-^

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