How A Cold Front Works

A front is the area between air masses that have different levels of humidity and temperature. Cold air can move in and slide under warmer air, which makes it rise and condense, causing rain. The same thing can happen when warm air rides over the top of colder air.

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1 Response to How A Cold Front Works

  1. Reece says:

    Simple and Awesome!

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