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the boundary between two air masses with different temperatures and densities
-the air masses meet, but do NOT mix
-weather occurs along this boundary
-forms when a warm air mass overtakes a cold air mass.
-warm air gradually replaces the cold air
-can bring drizzly rain
-warm clear weather often follows a warm front
-forms when a cold air mass meets a warm air mass and they do not move, may occur because there is not enough wind to move them
-cloudy, wet weather often occurs
-forms when a cold air mass overtakes a slow-moving warm air mass.
-can bring thunderstorms, heavy rains or snow depending upon the air temperature
-cooler weather often follows a cold front
-forms when a warm air mass is caught between two colder air masses.
-cold air mass and cool air mass come together, the warm air caught between them is "cut off" (forced upward)
-can have cool temperatures and large amounts of rain and snow
Cold Front Symbol
Warm Front Symbol
Stationary Front Symbol
Occluded Front Symbol
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