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Weather Review-Front

Fronts- Don't forget to hit the "targets" app to practice fronts symbols

A front where cold air moves in quickly pushing a warm air mass up quickly often resulting in a cumulonimbus cloud Cold Front
A front where warm air gradually rises over a cold air mass often resulting in stratus clouds Warm Front
A front where a warm air mass and a cold air mass meet but neither moves very much often resulting in days to weeks of rain Stationary Fronts
A front where two cold air masses trap a warm air mass above the ground Occluded Front
This type of front often brings brief thunderstorms and cooler weather after it passes Cold Front
This type of front can bring hours to days of precipitation and warmer weather after it passes Warm Front
This type of front can bring days to weeks of precipitation Stationary Front
a pressure system that signals fair weather and sunny. clear skies High Pressure
a pressure system that signals cloudy skies and possible precipitation Low Pressure
cold air sinking High Pressure
warm air rising Low Pressure
Created by: JSkardon