Weather and climate both deal with moisture (rainfall, humidity), temperature, and atmospheric pressure. The main difference is that weather is more day to day, and climate describes long-term conditions.
Climate and weather are both terms used to described the state of the natural world.
Their major difference is that climate is used to describe the big picture stuff (precipitation levels, wind velocity, trends in temperature, etc.), while weather is used for short-term, localized stuff (ie. sunshine, rain, snow, heat waves, etc).
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