Local Winds, And Global Winds!!
Are You Ready to Be Blown Away? By: Bridget MacKenzie
What Causes Wind, And a Definition of Wind
Wind is caused by the uneven heating of the Earth's surface. It is a type of air that blows fast, slow, or even around large or small areas. Some examples of wind are horse latitudes, doldrums, or even jet streams. But our main topic is local and global winds.
Sea Breeze and Land Breeze Description
The air over the ocean is cooler than the air over the land during the day.
The air over the land is cooler than the air over ocean during the night.
The winds just above trade winds and doldrums. It blows from a high pressure area into the horse latitudes towards the poles.