What Are the Three Major Wind Belts?

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The three major wind belts are polar winds, trade winds and prevailing winds. The trade winds are mostly found on the in tropics around the equator while polar winds are found on in pole regions and the prevailing winds are found in the middle latitudes.
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The westerlies guide weather systems across CA. The polar easterlies can occasionally reach CA during the Winter if the polar jet stream takes a large southerly dip.
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