How do anticyclones form?


Anticyclones form when air is descending and as more descends, the atmospheric pressure builds up. This air picks up moisture making few crowds to form and leaving the air dry and cool. In area with very high pressure, fog tends to form overnight.
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An anticyclone tends to be an air mass, usually a cold air mass at the surface or a relatively warm air mass aloft. The air mass spreads out due to its central high pressure. the
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