What is formed by landbreeze?
At night, if the surface temperature of land near a large body
of water cools below that of the adjacent water surface
temperature, the air pressure over the land will be greater than
that of the water, creating a land breeze, provided that the
existing wind pattern is not strong enough to oppose it.
Depending on moisture in the atmosphere and climate instability, a land breeze can form into rain showers or even thunderstorms over the nearby water. In other cases, no unique condition is formed by a land breeze and it will die as soon as the sun heats the ground the next day.