Why meteorology is important?

1 Answer
Feb 12, 2015

Meteorology is important because of the impact of air conditions on life.

First of all weather forecasting has vital role in urban administration. Cities preparing extreme weather conditions such as tornadoes, snowstorms in order to prevent disasters.

Second, long term weather forecasting is important for agriculture. Drought can cause starvation. Meteorology is important for farmers since crops need water to grow up.

Meteorology is also important for both air and marine transportation. Windy weather effect planes and ships. Lightnings can be dangerous for planes. Sea waves give hard times to ships. Airports stop their operations and ships stay on harbors in extreme weather conditions.