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What is the difference between Climatic and Climactic?

Asked by B. Wright on Jul 21, 2019

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C. Lopez

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C. Lopez
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Answered on Aug 22, 2019

The word climatic is commonly used when referring to the weather conditions of a specific location for an extended time frame. A transformation determines climatic conditions in precipitation, humidity, wind, temperature, and atmospheric pressure.

Climatic conditions may be influenced by terrain, altitude, the presence of water bodies, latitude, and water bodies currents. Climactic is a word derived from climax. A climax is the upper point of something, and it refers to the most extreme part in a circumstance or activity such as play, movie, or song.

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