Definition of Polar Easterlies?


The earth has a north and a south pole which are considered the polar regions. The climate is very cold and dry in the polar regions. When there are winds that start at an area of high pressure and blow in an easterly direction to the low pressure, they are called polar easterlies.
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Air masses flowing northward in the Northern Hemisphere and southward in the Southern Hemisphere descend upon reaching the poles, forming the polar high pressure zones. As air tends
An. easterly. is a wind blowing from the East. generally towards the west. Polar. signifies that it originated in the Arctic circle, where the weather is generally extremely cold.
( ′pō·lər ′ēs·tər′lēz ) (meteorology) The rather shallow and diffuse body of easterly winds located poleward of the subpolar
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