DynamicsGenerally, any forces that produce motion or effect change. In operational meteorology, dynamics usually refer specifically to those forces that produce vertical motion in the atmosphere.First Law of ThermodynamicsThe law of physics that states that the heat absorbed by a system either raises the internal energy of the system or does work on the environment.ThermodynamicsIn general, the relationships between heat and other properties (such as temperature, pressure, density, etc.) In forecast discussions, thermodynamics usually refers to the distribution of temperature and moisture (both vertical and horizontal) as related to the diagnosis of atmospheric instability.
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