weather is affected by the large land masses when they get heated up during the summer and so there is low pressure; and in winter they generate high pressure.
Yes as do large bodies of water causing cooling effect and replenishing rainfall
the large bodies of water evaporate and then it condenses and then perciptates
They can change air temp. and humidity in the air.
Things that affect weather arehot air and cold air mixinglatitudeelevationCloseness to large bodies of water.
if large bodies of water increases it may cause an ice age
if the large body of fresh water gets below 32 degrees it can lead to tornadoes that becomes waterspouts so practically water spouts, there is no specific answer, there are many depending on what type of bodies of water
Where you are located, the weather will differ. Eg. it will NEVER snow in the desert. Mountains can cause chinooks. Large bodies of water lead to less fluctuations in temperature.
the large bodies of water evaporate and then it condenses and then perciptatesRead more: How_do_large_bodies_of_water_influence_the_weatherwater is very effective at obtaining heat and storing it, then releasing the heat later when the temperature dropsRead more: How_large_bodies_of_water_affect_the_climate
Large bodies of water are known as oceans. Other areas of water that can be considered large bodies of water are lakes and ponds.
altitude, latitude and, nearby bodies of water
The closer you are to a large body of water the more mild the weather is going to be. The farther you are away from the large body of water the more extreme your weather is going to get.
There are no large bodies of water in Madagascar
water acts as a buffer, so it moderates the temperature
large bodies of water
The water in large water bodies evaporate easily through sunlight. The condition of atmosphere also affect the path of watercycle. In cold weather conditions, less amount of water gets evaporated and so on.
what large bodies of water border virginia
No large bodies of water border Alberta.
Large bodies of water help to regulate temperature of surrounding air and land masses. Light from the Sun is absorbed by the water, which it transfers to both the air and the land around it as it cools gradually. These changing temperature patterns influence weather by creating storms, etc. Areas near large bodies of water often have a moderate climate, meaning the temperature in these regions is more stable throughout the year.
four that affect temperature are latitude altitude distance from large bodies of water and ocean currents
Ocean currents carry warmer water from the tropics into colder regions. The heat from that warmer water escapes into the atmosphere as it creates warmer, rainier weather than might otherwise be expected.
large water bodies of rivers are called as oceans!!!
Well theyre not always moderate climate regions. It depends where the body of water is and what biome it is in.
like all bodies of water, the ocean evaporates too.therefore, we have warm, humid weather.
Were the ancient greece exposed to large bodies of water