What Causes Wind to Blow?

Answer

Wind is caused by differences in air pressure. When this difference exists the air will accelerate from the high pressure area towards the low pressure area. The two major driving factors of this phenomenon are the differential heating of the equator and poles, and the rotation of the Earth itself.
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