What Happens When Cold Air Meets Warm Air?

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When cold air meets warm air, the cold air squeezes under the warm air, forcing it up, where it expands, cools, and condenses to form clouds. Warm air masses are normally found in tropical regions where the temperature is higher and cold air masses are near the Earth's poles, far from the equator.
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