What is a land breeze?


A land breeze is wind blowing seaward from the land, and is common during the night. Land breezes alternate with sea breezes and both occur as a result of the differences in the heating or cooling of the water surface. Locally, the breezes are experienced along coastlines that are adjacent to large water bodies.
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The flow of air from land to a body of water.
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When there is a land breeze, that means that the land is colder than
land breezes form when the land is cooler than the water.
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land breeze
a coastal breeze blowing at night from land to sea, caused by the difference in the rate of cooling of their respective surfaces.
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A land breeze is a wind that blows from the land to the sea. Land breezes usually develop near nighttime and is a high pressure breeze. Land cools quicker at night so the wind usually seeks the ocean to balance out the pressure.
To keep the answer really simple it is the breeze you feel along a coastal region. It will diminish as it gets further and further inland.
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