The other cloud types associated with a cold front depend on ... North to west,
usually northwest (northern hemisphere); South to west, ...
May 21, 2009 ... Warm fronts produce clouds when warm air replaces cold air by sliding ... An
altostratus cloud usually covers the whole sky and has a gray or ...
Thunderstorms would usually follow a cold front because the warm air rises and
condenses into clouds. As well as big thunderstorms, in the winter when you ...
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.
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
When large masses of warm air and cold air meet, they do not mix. Instead, they
form a front, usually hundreds of miles long. When a ... area of clouds. A warm.
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.
The surging blue mass represents colder air behind the cold front (solid blue line)
while ... to produce clouds and precipitation ahead of and along the cold front.
The droplets inside the clouds become larger a more moisture is evaporated into
the air. ... When one air mass meets another, the air in different masses usually
does not ... A cold front forms where a cold air mass moves into a warm air mass.
-proceeded by cirrus clouds, then altostratus or altocumulus, stratus and in some
... The symbol on a weather map for a cold front is a solid line (usually shown in ...