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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precipitation_types

In meteorology, "precipitation types" can include the character or phase of the precipitation ... Frontal precipitation is caused by frontal systems surrounding extratropical cyclones or lows, which form when warm and often tropical air meets ...

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Clouds and precipitation are formed by the upward motion of air. ... wind on the other side, causing the air to converge, or pile up right along the frontal surface.

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Frontal rainfall is a type of condensation that occurs when a cold front meets a warm front. Warm air is less dense than cold air. When the two air masses meet, ...

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Examples of Frontal Precipitation Bands. Instructor Notes: Student Notes: 2. Introduction. Instructor Notes: Student Notes: 3. Outline. Instructor Notes: In order to ...

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[frontal rainfall]. Stage 1. An area of warm air meets and area of cold air. Stage 2. The warm air is forced over the cold air. Stage 3 ...

www.coolgeography.co.uk/GCSE/Year11/Weather,Climate/Rainfall%20types/types_of_precipitation.htm

Precipitation is caused when moist air rises; water vapour in the air-cools & condenses ... There are 3 different types of Precipitation formation; ... Frontal rainfall

www.quora.com/What-is-frontal-precipitation

A frontal precipitation is either a precipitation of rain or snow along a warm, cold or even an occlusion front. It works like this: When warmer air ...

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Relief rainfall occurs when air has been blown over the sea and is then forced up over an ... Frontal rainfall occurs when warm air is forced to rise over cold air.