As light passes through moist air it converts some of the water vapour into helium, oxygen, gamma wave radiation and heat. That heat in turn drives all the whether.
In the rain storms the gentle coalition of rain drops does more molecular nuclear fusion. That's right. The weather is fusion driven. Without this heat source there would be no life on earth.
Lightning results from the charge build up in a rain storm. The positively charged Alpha particles go to above the clouds, the negatively charged hydroxyl molecules falls to the ground.
When we have a potential of 5000 volts we have ½ MB down spike. This sets up a steam plasma. It is caused by the gentle drift of electoral holes to the ground. We then get a massive up strike as the collections rush from the ground to the clouds. That liberates 1.2 x 1020 Watts for three sections.
That causes nearly inept nitrogen two bond with oxygen. We then get nitrous acid. This falls to the ground fertilising plant growth. There was no lightening there would be no life on earth. The Harvers uses high pressures, in place of a moderate pressures and an electric field. It produces ammonia. Interestingly enough the MNF which occurs in the gut of birds also produces ammonia.
So all life on earth is dependent on that molecular nuclear fusion which or goes in the moist air. That is why moist air at the equator is so hot. And conversely why the dark air at the Arctics is so cold.
Nuclear fusion goes on down on the planet. Going on from water. So on Mars there is loads of life in the deep. On the earth there is similar life in the magma chambers. Hot smokers are supported by boiling MNF an steam vents into high pressure water. And we get massive ecosystems as a result.