Mid Latitude Cyclone?

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The mid-latitude cyclone is a synoptic scale and low pressure system that has cyclonic flow that is found in the middle latitudes. It is milder than a hurricane or a tropical storm. It usually has a size of1500-5000km in diameter.
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Mid-latitude cyclones:large traveling atmospheric cyclonic storms up to 2000 km in
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They are a group of cyclones defined as synoptic scale low pressure weather systems that occur in the middle latitudes of the Earth (outside the tropics) having neither tropical nor
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Warm air rises, moisture condenses by the adiabatic effect of a lesser pressure aloft and form clouds and precipitations. The equator is a warm place and where tropical cyclones form
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Assuming you are talking about relative to the United States, the divisions are made as horizontal stripes across the continental states with the low latitudes in the lowest stripe,
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