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What is the difference between Climatic and Climactic?

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C. Lopez

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Answered 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.

The word climatic is commonly used when referring to the weather conditions of a specific location
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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