an warm air mass takes on the characteristics of the region over witch it forms.
Warm air is lighter and therefore rises. Cold air holds more water and is heavier. Cold air sinks lower than warm air.
Warm and humid(:
warm and hummid, cool and huimid, warm and dry, cool and dry
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Dramatic change in temperature and storms.
A warm front is formed when differences in air pressure cause an air mass to develop separate characteristics hen the adjacent air mass the border between them is called a front.
Air masses with those characteristics are termed "maritime tropical".
Well, warm air rises and cool air sinks! Your welcome! :) <3
The cold air pushes under the warm air.
No. A warm front is the boundary between a warm air mass and a cold air mass where the warm air mass is advancing.
I pushes the warm air upwards.
Warm air. The humidity present in warm air makes it heavier.
The warm air rises
Warm air is less dense, which means it is lighter. Cold air will displace warm air causing warm air to rise.
It pushes the warm air above the cold air
a warm air mass is a large body of air that is extremely warm
They hold less moisture, sink beneath warm air masses forming fronts, and their temperature is well, cold :P
An air mass is a body of air. It has similar characteristics to the land on top of which it forms. Fronts are the boundaries in between two different, or same air masses. (e.g: a cold front is when a cold air mass hits a warm air mass and quickly pushes the warm air mass upward.)
um i think cold air follows warm air
NO! Definitely not.Humid means more water vapour, more water vapour, more heat loss as water vapour is still water and it can conduct heat away from the air and warm dRy air is just warm air basically. =3
a warm front