a warm front
when warm air meets cool air and either one don't move its called a stationary front
cool moist air
A cold front.
A cold front occurs when a cool air mass meets and replaces a warm air mass
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The warm air mass is pushed up and the weather becomes cool and stormy.
A cP air mass is a continental polar air mass. It come from high latitudes over land. Such air masses are generally cool and dry.
the cool air will rise
A cP (continental polar) air mass is generally cool and dry.
A front forms. The type of front depends on which air mass is advancing. If the cool air mass advances, it is a cold front. If a warm air mass advances, it is a warm front. If neither advances, it is a stationary front.
Yes,because a warm air mass,and a cool air mass mix together when they meet at fronts.
If a cool air mass comes in on a hot day, and if there is enough moisture, you can generally expect showers and thunderstorms.
blue ridge has cool summers && winters & is in the northeast coner
When a warm air mass meets a cool air mass, the result is called a front. Weather fronts may result in the formation of clouds, rain showers, and sometimes thunderstorms.
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a maritime polar air mass is an air mass with cool and moist conditions. they form in the northern areas of the atlantic and pacific ocean.
A warm air mass is trapped between a cool air mass and a cold air mass. The warm air is cut off from the surface. This leads to heavy rain.
A warm front comes and is then countered by our naturally cool air, at which then it makes it a warm and humid air mass.
This air mass is called a continental polar air mass.Continental air masses.Tropical air masses form over water.
A tornado usually requires a warm, moist air mass, most often when it collides with a cool and/or dry air mass.
Yes. You can have a cooler air mass on top of a warm air mass. However, this arrangement is unstable and will naturally tend to revert itself. If the warm air mass has enough moisture, thunderstorms are likely.