There are dozens of weather terms and phrases you may have heard tossed around but never quite knew what they meant. Below, find a list of common terms and phrases with a clear definition and explanation.
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A front represents a line between two air masses. Cold and warm fronts are the two most typical; a warm front indicates warm air is moving in behind the front - the line, while a cold front indicates colder air is arriving behind the front. Not all fronts cause a noticeable difference in temperature, but many do.
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