Weather fronts

Weather fronts

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  • Weather Fronts
  • Below is a warm front. A warm front is whenever a warm air mass obtains a cold air mass.
  • This is called   Frontal wedging.
  • Warm air mass
  • Cold air mass
  • A cold front are whenever a cold air mass   obtains a warm air mass and goes over it,   The opposite of a warm air mass.
  • Warm and cold fronts both bring Precipitation.
  • Warm air mass
  • Cold air mass
  • Stationary fronts bring light rain and snow.
  • Stationary front
  • Stationary fronts are when a pair of air masses   are equally strong and  cannot replace each other.
  • Stationary   front
  • Cold air mass.
  • This is an occluded front. occluded fronts are when two cold air masses push back a warm air mass and take over. this causes precipitation and atmospheric pressure.
  • Warm    air mass.
  • Cold    air mass.
  • The End.
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