The Earth is the perfect environment for the development of various life forms. However, all organisms, including human beings, must adapt to the environment they are immersed in. One of the great natural variables that not only determines the presence of animals and vegetables, but also conditions the development of all life forms, human settlements and the performance of productive activities, is climate.
Many times it is confused with the weather, as they both analyze the same variables (among them, temperature, pressure and atmospheric humidity), but with considerable differences regarding chronological time. When we speak of weather, we are restricted to the daily conditions present in an area; on the other hand, climate corresponds to a group of recurring meteorological phenomena (an average pattern) of a specific place (be it local, regional or global), taking into account a greater lapse of time (generally, years).