What are clouds considered?
condensed water vapor
How does a cold front occur?
Cold air moves in for warm air
Warm air moves in for cold air
It gets super cold in front of the earth
The direction in which fronts move is based on what?
longitude and latitude
two air masses meeting is called a front?
Occluded fronts can not cause any drying or storms
define stationary front
A front in which a warm air mass is replacing a cold air mass.
A stalled front in which the air does not move.
The meeting place of two air masses with different characteristics.
An air mass takes on the temperature and humidity characteristics of the location where it originates.
In general, cold air masses tend to flow toward the equator and warm air masses tend to flow toward the poles
Air mass is the main cause of stormy weather
Air masses are created primarily in low pressure zones.