Hi! I'm Kellyanne. You know one thing that always keeps me moving? Wind. Wind blows from high to low pressure. Small wind systems dermine local weather. This is called local winds.
Jet Streams are strong winds that blow at the top of the Troposphere.
On the other side of the coin, a Land Breeze is created during the night because radiation warms the water more than the land. Land Breezes move to the land whereas Sea Breezes move to the sea.
Woo-hoo! This is fun!! The Sea Breeze feels so nice! ...What? You don't know what a sea breeze is? Well, there's a Sea Breeze and a Land Breeze. Sea Breezes are created during the day because radiation warms the land more than the water.
Now, there is something called the Coriolis effect. The Coriolis effect is caused by the rotation of the Earth! The wind curves to the right in the northern hemisphere and the left in the southern hemisphere. It helps to create global wind systems.
This is so much fun!Let me show you the Global Wind Diagram!
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Well, I hope you learned something today! Take care!