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Weather Fronts

Identify how global patterns of atmospheric movement influence local weather using weather maps that show high and low pressures and fronts.


on 10 December 2014

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Transcript of Weather Fronts

weather fronts
Cold Front
Warm Front
Occluded Front
Stationary Front
Warm air mass is caught
between two colder air
masses. The cold air pushes
the warm air up.
cool temperatures
a lot of rain & snow
Cold air moves under the less
dense, warm air and pushes it up.
thunderstorms, heavy rain/snow
Cooler weather

Warm less dense air moves over
the cold denser air.
drizzly rain follows
clear and warm weather
Cold air mass meets a warm
air mass but neither moves.
Clear & warm weather
Map Symbol for Cold Fronts
Map Symbol for Warm Front
Weather Map Symbol for Occluded Front
Weather Map Symbol for Stationary Front
Warm Air
Cold Air
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