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Cold front

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If the cold front is highly unstable, cumulonimbus clouds producing thunderstorms commonly form along the front. Anvil cirrus clouds may ...

Cloud Formation and Weather Fronts - Windows to the Universe

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May 21, 2009 ... Warm fronts produce clouds when warm air replaces cold air by sliding ... Altocumulus clouds usually form in groups and are about...more ...

Cold Front: transition zone from warm air to cold air

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A cold front is defined as the transition zone where a cold air mass is replacing a warmer air mass. Cold fronts generally move from northwest to southeast.

Fronts | Climate Education Modules for K-12

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Aug 9, 2013 ... If enough moisture exists in the atmosphere at this time, then clouds and ... Cold fronts are usually accompanied with areas of low pressure.

Weather fronts - cold fronts, warm fronts and air masses

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A cold weather front is defined as the changeover region where a cold air mass is replacing a warmer air mass. Cold weather fronts usually move from northwest ...

Weather Fronts - OK-First - Mesonet

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Cold fronts usually bring cooler weather, clearing skies, and a sharp change in wind ... Clouds and precipitation are quite prevalent to the north of the warm front.

Cold Fronts

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The air associated with a cold front is usually unstable and conducive to cumulonimbus cloud formation. Because the upthrust is delivered along a boundary ...

What Clouds Are Associated With a Cold Front? | eHow

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A cold front is a meteorological phenomenon in which a mass of colder air moves into a ... They are usually located at elevations of 39,000 feet and higher.

1.2.2 Cold fronts — Environmental Change Network

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You often see clouds forming at a cold front. This is because as ... We said before that the air temperatures ahead of the cold front are usually warmer than the ...

Predicting Weather - United States Search and Rescue Task Force

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A cold front forms where a cold air mass moves into a warm air mass. .... Cumulus clouds are usually associated with fair weather, but can produce precipitation ...

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Weather | Clouds | Cumulus | Cumulonimbus | Cirrus | Stratus | Rain

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Cumulus clouds look like white fluffy balls of cotton wool and mark the vertical extent ... The air associated with a cold front is usually unstable and conducive to  ...

How does a cold front form? | Reference.com

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Cold fronts are formed when air masses that consist of cooler heavier air move in to displace warmer air. An air mass is a large body of air that shares a relatively ...

Formation of Clouds and Frontal Systems with Cold and Warm Fronts

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Indicators of a approaching warm front are: high cirrus clouds followed by a lowering base ... Visibility is usually pretty good after a cold front passes through and ...