Four Weather Fronts - Anna Smith
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Hello, I am here to tell you about the four weather fronts.
The type of weather that you see here is caused by a warm front. A warm front is a warm air mass that is forced up by a cooler and denser air mass.
This type of weather can be caused by a cold front. A cold front is a cooler mass of air that is forced downward by a warmer mass of air. This can cause many different forms of precipitation.
It has been raining like this all day! That means that there is a stationary front. A stationary front is like a long battle between a warm front and a cold front. It creates heavy precipitation and maybe even thunderstorms.
This light rain is caused by an occluded front. This type of front is kind of rare. An occluded front does not make precipitation that lasts as long as a stationary front. It is created when a warm front is trapped between two cold fronts.
Thank you for listening!
It is warm and there are very few high clouds. This must mean that there is a warm front here. Warm fronts are warm air masses that are forced up by a coo led and denser air mass.
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