In a book I read, I believe the author defined wind as the sum of breezes, weather, and climate.
- breezes: hyper-local disturbances, due to topology or uneven heating of surfaces
- weather: the movement of air due to regional atmospheric highs and lows
- climate: the steady state air movement linked to, e.g., latitude
The sum of these three vector fields is the true wind at any given moment, at any given spot.
- Is this definition correct?
- Is this definition in common use?