Fronts

Things you need to know about Fronts

The 4 Fronts

The 4 fronts are


Cold Front


Warm Front


Stationary Front


Occluded Front

Occluded Front

A Occluded Front is when two warm air masses and cold fronts coverage together . And it's still pushing the Warmer air up and the cooler air down. Which maybe bring heavy rain

How a Cold Front is Formed

A cold weather front is defined as the changeover region where a cold air mass is replacing a warmer air mass. Which also brings cooler air in the atmosphere

How A Warm Front is formed

How a warm front is formed is when a warm air mass is pushing into a colder air mass. Warm fronts move more slowly than cold fronts because it is more difficult for the warm air to move against the cold, dense air.

Stationary Front is Formed

A stationary front forms when a cold front or warm front stops moving. This happens when two masses of air are pushing against each other but neither is powerful enough to move the other. Winds blowing parallel to the front instead of perpendicular can help it stay in place.

Occlueded Front is formed

A Occluded Front is formed when a cold front meets a cold front and meets the other cooler air mass towards the warm front . The Warm air rises and these air masses come together as one
Air Masses and Weather Fronts
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