Wind is born by the solar radiations. These radiations heat the surface of the earth, though, not in equal proportions. Such uneven heating directs as the result of the abrasive surface of the earth, rotary planetary motion and constantly changing inclinations which absorb heat at different levels of the Earth’s atmosphere.
Seas, oceans and plant species in the world play an important role in this regard. As a result, some parts of the world experience consistently high temperatures than some other areas throughout the year.
Wind correctly described as the lifeblood of the whole earth. When sunlight reaches the ground, the latter gets heated in an unequal fashion due to the rotational movement of uneven terrain in the world, properties of water bodies, which differ from the vegetation covered areas.
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