One of the most interesting courses that I took in physical geography was Weather and Climate. My course primarily focused on weather and understanding how individual weather events form and move across the landscape. The atmosphere is constantly balancing differences in energy around the world, the way that humans observe the process of the atmosphere becoming rebalanced is called weather. Students in the course were required to select a period of time for which to dicuss events in the atmosphere and the associated surface weather observations. The following file includes two five day periods of maps and observation. This exercise challenged me because the atmosphere is vast and extremely complicated, which helped me to understand the complexities of weather and climate science as a whole.