Frontal Wedging?


A frontal wedging is when a cold air mass and warm air mass collide. It collides at the surface. It causes humidity, precipitation, strati-form clouds, or fog.
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Frontal wedging is when warm air and cold air collide at the surface, or front.
Frontal wedging is a noun. Definition: lifting of air mass: a meteorological phenomenon in
Mountains provide orographic lift which occurs when an air mass is forced from a low elevation to a higher elevation as it moves over rising terrain. As the air mass gains altitude
Orographic lifting is simply an air mass being forced highter due to mountains. The Sierra Nevada Mountains in CA cause orographic lifing of eastward flowing air masses. A frontal
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Frontal thunderstorms are storms caused by warm, humid air that is forced over a wedge of cold air. This lifting may take place with warm fronts, cold fronts, ...
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