Types of Fronts

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  • Today we are going to learn about the types of fronts.The kinds of fronts are warm fronts, cold fronts, occluded fronts, and stationary fronts.
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  • This is a warm front they happen when a warm air mass goes above a cold air mass and it makes a warm front.The weather in a warm front is light rain, but after a warm front warm comes.This is after a warm front passed through.
  • This is a cold front cold fronts are formed when a cold air mass pushes under a warm air mass making the air rise the weather during a cold front can be big thunderstorms like this.
  • This is a occluded front it is created by a cold front going under a warm front.The weather in an occluded front is tornadoes and strong wind!
  • This is a stationary front it forms when cold and warm fronts meet and can't move each so they stay standing still or "stationary."The weather during a stationary front can last for days and it can be rain, snow, or fog.
  • Wow!We have been through some crazy weather.I hope you learned a lot about fronts today.See you soon. 
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