How Does Wind Form?

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Winds are formed when the earth temperature differs in different part of the earth. Due to this air in the atmosphere also heated differently and creates a pressure differences in many places of atmosphere. These difference causes a movement of air from high pressure to low pressure area. This movement of air is called 'wind'. Also when the ocean raises due to heat, there will be a pressure difference in the atmosphere and causes air movement.
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Wind form due to uneven pressure between two points. Sun's heat forms this uneven pressure. The place which gets hot has low density hence low pressure.
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