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Weather

Term for the perceptible, short-term state of the atmosphere at a specific location on the earth's surface, which manifests itself as cloud cover, frost, heat, cold, humidity, precipitation (sleet, hail, rain, frost, snow, dew), ground and air temperature, sunshine and wind, among other things. The weather can change several times a day. This is in contrast to the terms weather situation (the condition in a larger area and at a certain point in time), weather (weather in a certain period of time from several days to a certain time of year, in relation to a certain area) and climate (totality of weather conditions over a long-term period of 30 years). Weather and weather conditions during the vegetation cycle are a decisive factor in viticulture, but one that can hardly be influenced.

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