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What are the characteristics of a warm front?

Warm fronts are typically characterized by a transition from southeasterly to southwesterly winds. Unlike cold fronts, winds along the front itself are generally light and variable. Warm fronts, as their name implies, are also characterized by a rise in temperature, but also humidity.

When a weather front passes there is often?

When a weather front passes, there is often a ___________in wind __________as well as changes in temperature. Cold Fronts occur when a colder air mass __________a warmer air mass. This can create a short ________of heavy rain and strong____________. Warm Fronts move slower than cold air__________.

What brings dry clear weather?

When a warm air mass is caught between two colder air masses – cool temperatures and large amounts of rain or snow. When a cold air mass meets a warm air mass and remain separated. Areas where air moves apart or diverges, and sinks. Brings dry, clear weather.

What type of front passes if the weather was stormy for a short time then becomes colder?

The answer is a warm front. This is well-defined as the transition zone anywhere a warm air mass is substituting a cold air mass. Warm fronts usually move from southwest to northeast and the air after a warm front is warmer and moister than the air forward of it.

What brings clear skies and calm weather?

A high pressure system generally brings clear skies and calm air or gentle breezes. a large weather system that surrounds a center of low pressure. Air moves upward which lowers air pressure and causes the air to move faster. The continental tropical air mass is dry and warm.

What front brings clear skies and calm weather?

Cold fronts usually bring cooler weather, clearing skies, and a sharp change in wind direction.

Which front moves through an area faster?

Cold fronts

What happens when cold front and warm front meet?

When a warm air mass meets a cold air mass, the warm air rises since it is lighter. As it rises, the warm air cools rapidly. This configuration, called a cold front, gives rise to cumulonimbus clouds, often associated with heavy precipitation and storms.

When two air masses meet and neither moves the other out of the way what type of front occurs?

stationary front