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Q: What causes the movement of air masses in a front?
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What causes most changes in local weather conditions?

The movement of air masses.


How does a stationary front?

a stationary front forms when the air masses have become modified to the extent that they can no longer make any progress in one direction. There is still a boundary between air masses, but there is no movement.


How a stationary front forms.?

a stationary front forms when the air masses have become modified to the extent that they can no longer make any progress in one direction. There is still a boundary between air masses, but there is no movement.


How is movement in wind produced?

Short answer: Differential heating of the atmosphere by the Sun causes air masses to move.


Why are air masses important to weather?

air masses are important because the unequal heating of the earth causes movement of huge volumes of air. air masses formed over cold areas stay cold throughout and air masses formed over warm areas stay warm throughout


Definition to atmoshperic movement?

The definition of atmospheric movement is the movement of air or air masses.


What cause changes in the weather?

What causes changes in the weather? The movement and interactions of air masses changes the weather.


Is a front a boundary between air masses?

yes it is "A front is a boundary between air masses" -science book


Weather is determined by the movement of?

air masses


Does The movement of air masses cause gravity?

No.


What is in front?

a front is the border of two air masses


What is the border between two different air masses?

a front