Woah! Whats that Wind!
A Local News Update, By: Jaydin Parker
Have you ever wondered what the breeze blowing on your face, on a chilly Autumn morning? Wind is the movement of air from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure. Wind is usually caused by the unequal heating of earths surface. Winds can be good or bad, but sometimes it's good to know the science behind them. Keep reading to find out more.
Happening During the Day
Happening During the Evening
Local Winds in Africa
As you can see Local Winds only happen on a small area, compared to a Global Wind.
Global Winds (Cont.)
Trade Winds are located 30 degrees North or South, and blow at the top of the troposphere.
Jet streams blow from west to east, which help speed up a airplanes travel back home.
Polar Easterlies, blow at the poles, they blow east, Hence; their name.