Winds

By Avery Hardbeck

Local winds are winds that travel a short distance and changes ways every day. Global winds are winds that travel long distances and blows from a specific direction every day. Global winds are caused by the Coriolis effect. Local winds are caused by local heat patterns. Some examples of global winds are polar easterlies. An example of local winds is a sea breeze.
Now i will compare and contrast land and sea breeze. A similarity these two breezes have is they both have water. But, sea breeze is sea to land. And land breeze is land to sea.