Global Winds and Local Winds
global winds are fairly constant winds that blows around the world. There are six major winds. the order they go in are Polar easterlies, prevailing westerlies, trade winds, Dold rums, prevailing westerlies, polar easterlies. they are so many winds because of the angle of the equator getting more sun light.
there are two types of local winds they are called land and sea breeze.
when the wind is blowing toward the sea from the land. during the day the air is warmer, but at night the air cools down. The air pressure in the day is low which is why it is so warm. In the night the air pressure rises and cause the air to cool down.