How Does Wind Form?


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.
Q&A Related to "How Does Wind Form"
Just about every wind on Earth can be traced in cause back to the Sun. As the Sun unevenly heats the surface of the Earth, air rises and sinks, resulting in high and low regions of
Wind gets formed when the earth gets warmer, and colides with the arctic air. That is how wind/ breezes are formed.
Wind energy is an adapted form of solar energy and is considered a renewable energy source. Basically, hot air rises and lowers the atmospheric pressure on the earth. Cooler air replaces
Wind is formed due to the atmospheric pressure difference between two places. ChaCha Soon!
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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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