Air is the Earth's atmospere that we can feel on our body (skin).
It is a gaseous mixture which majorly comprises of nitrogen, oxygen and carbon di oxide.
Air does not have a fixed shape, but it can exert or change with the pressure.
The breeze we feel, the sensation of tides at a seaface are some common examples of sensation of air.
Moving air is called wind, and the movement of wind causes weather.
Water is a natural substance that is colorless, tasteless, odorless liquid which is usually extracted from the rivers, lakes and sea.
When it rains, what falls in the form of droplets is water.
Chemically water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen (H2O).
Even Water, like air does not have a fixed shape.
Weather describes the state of the atmosphere near the surface of the Earth.
The different states of weather are hot, cold, cloudy, wet or dry.
Usually when winds blow, the weather can be cold, cloudy and when it is rainy, the weather is said to be wet.
Therefore, the presence of winds (air) and water in the atmosphere plays a major role in the state of weather.