Weather is all around us. Weather may be one of the first things you notice after you wake up. If it is cold and snowing, you_ll wear a jacket when you go outside. If it_s hot and sunny, you may wear shorts. Weather describes whatever is happening outdoors in a given place at a given time. Weather is what happens from minute to minute. The weather can change a lot within a very short time. For example, it may rain for an hour and then become sunny and clear. Weather is what we hear about on the television news every night. Weather includes daily changes in precipitation, barometric pressure, temperature, and wind conditions in a given location. The air, or atmosphere, around us behaves in different ways. It changes when it_s hot or cold, and when it_s wet or dry. It acts differently when it_s calm or stormy, and clear or cloudy. Meteorologists record the weather every day. The constant recording of weather information helps to determine the climate of an area. There are several different methods that can be used to create a forecast. It is vital that weather forecasts be as accurate as possible because so many people depend upon them. Almost all weather conditions begin because of the sun. The sun provides the energy to raise temperatures, and the uneven warming (water warms slower than soil and soil in the shadows warms slower than soil in the sun) triggers movement of air. Meteorologist make their forecasts, one and two days before, by observing weather conditions at the moment, putting it into a computer model, and then fine-tuning the results. Practice is very important, but they still miss some forecasts. In the atmosphere (sky) there are many small differences in sunny and cloudy days. Temperature can be different, humidity is very different, wind direction changes, and there is usually something to trigger a change, like a weather front — cold or warm — along with the clouds. It can sometimes be to difficult to see the small changes, but a careful, very detailed observation will usually spot the difference doubt we will ever be able to fully control the weather. To do so meteorologist would have to understand the sky, the oceans, and all the effects of geography like the height of mountains and many other events. Being a meteorologist is always interesting. No two days are ever an exact repeat, so there is no boredom.
The climate of Lithuania is transitional between maritime and continental. Weather conditions seem to be unstable, with frequent thaws in winter, and cloudy sky, damp and cool weather in summer. The average annual temperature is about +6 °C. The average temperature of January is -4.8 °C, and that of July is +17.2 °C. The average annual precipitation level is 626 mm, which is higher on the seacoast and lower in the eastern part. The climate in Lithuania is a mixture of marine and continental. It is suited for horticulture. However, some problems occur with unstable conditions of over wintering and a short vegetation period. Weather changes very often because of cyclone and anticyclone disturbances. The best example for unstable weather could be nowadays. Before some days the weather was warm and we can feel that spring is coming, but now it is cold again and there is no mark of the beginning of spring.
In conclusion I could say that climate of Lithuania it is relatively mild. Maybe for people who live in other countries the weather in our country looks strange and not very pleasant but for these who are accustomed it is usual and various changes is not so surprising.