What Is the Boundary between Two Air Masses Called?

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The boundary between two masses is called front. It is classified according to whether the cold air is replacing the warm air or vice versa. If the warm air mass is replaced by the cold air mass, it is called cold fronts. If the cold air mass is being replaced by warm air mass, it is called warm fronts.
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The point where these two air masses meet is called a front. If cold air advances and pushes away the warm air, it forms a cold front. Cold fronts are associated with rain following
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Small volumes of air within the boundary
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A front.
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It is called an occluded front.
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