Why does land heats and cools faster than water?
beacause its solid
The land heats up and cools down faster than water. During the day, the land heats up faster than water, so the air above land is warmer than air above water. Cooler, sea air sinks and flows toward the land, creating sea breeze. The same happens during the night except vise versa because land cools down more quickly, creating land breeze.
When there is a land breeze, that means that the land is colder than the water. This occurs in the colder seasons, mainly winter. That is because water heats and cools slower than land. Therefore in the winter, the land cools faster than the water, and the water is warmer. So, the cold air from the land sinks and blows towards the sea.
Land heats up and cools down much faster than water, so when the suns rays hit land and heat it up, the land heats up the air surrounding it causing it to rise up in the atmosphere. Then once the air has risen to a high enough point it cools, creating clouds and, depending on the amount of water vapor in the air, rain.
Every day the land heats much faster than the sea, and every night the land cools faster. When the land heats up, the air above it heats up as well. On the other hand, the ocean heats up and cools down relatively slowly. Therefore, areas near the ocean generally stay cooler during the day and have a more moderate temperature range than inland areas.