Local and Global Winds

Local and Global Winds

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  • Hi, I'm spah'kles. Today am here with a special guest named Mr. Anderson who is going to help us explain Local and Global winds. Take it away, Mr. Anderson!
  • local winds are those that are created as a result of scenery such as mountains, vegetation, water bodies and so on. They usually change very often and the weather forecast people talk about this kind on the TV every day. They can move from mild to extreme winds in just hours. Good examples of local winds are sea breezes and land breezes, and mountain and valley breezes. Local winds cover very short distances.
  • Global winds are really large air masses that are created mainly as a result of the earth’s rotation, the shape of the earth and the sun’s heating power.
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