Weather and climate are sometimes used incorrectly in the non-meteorology world.
Think of weather as a current snapshot of conditions at a particular time and place. It is always changing and is comprised of elements such as...
When you measure and observe these weather elements over an interval of time (i.e. years) you obtain the weather average or "climate" for a particular location.
Climate also includes the extremes of weather (i.e. record highs, lows, rainfall, etc.)