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2011-09-13 21:36:04
2011-09-13 21:36:04

Local Winds. And I'm only 12.;)

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Local Winds blow over short distances.They are caused by the unequal heating of the Earth's surface within a small area.


global winds are winds that blow over long distances.local winds are winds that blow over short distances. you can't type because i had to fix your mistake on "blow" :(




local winds-are winds that blow over short distances caused by unequal heating of the earths surface in a small area. global winds-are winds that blow around the earth from the north pole to the south pole.


The trade winds (northeast or southeast depending on which hemisphere you're in) blow towards the Equator.


Local winds are winds that blow over short distances caused by unequal heating of the earths surface in a small area.


They are technically called westerlies.



The winds that blow south to southeasterly in southern Spain are called the Solano Winds. They are hot, dry winds that typically blow for either 3 or 5 days.


The global winds that blow from west to east are called westerlies.


Local winds are winds that blow over short distances caused by unequal heating of the earths surface in a small area.




Westerlies (winds from the west) that blow between 30 degrees and 60 degrees north of the equator


why north winds blow to southwest


Winds that blow from the northeast to the southwest are called trade winds. Trade winds are used by ships to travel from Europe to places west, south and southwest.




Global winds blow North to South


Northern trade winds blow from the north.


winds blow sideways because of the rotation of the earth.


Polar winds. If they come from both directions at the same time they are known as Bi-polar winds.


The Trade winds blow from east to west, these winds are the most common in the Caribbean. The Prevailing winds blow from west to east.



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