The weather influences the level of static electricity because of the humidity conditions in the air. The humidity conditions make the flow of charge more or less easy and therefor is the weather a strong influence on the level of static charge. In humid conditions a high charge can more easily move since water is a strong conductor and therefor more easily find a way to balance hence reduce to zero. In “dry” weather charges move less easy and the buildup and discharge create normally a stronger spark. There are many factors from the weather that influence the buildup and discharge of static electricity.