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What type of front is this? Describe what is happening as this front moves in? (movement of air masses, cloud development, associated weather, duration). What type of front? Describe what is happening during the development of this front?. What type of front? Describe the associated weather.

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What type of front is this?

Describe what is happening as this front moves in? (movement of air masses, cloud development, associated weather, duration)

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What type of front?

  • Describe what is happening during the development of this front?
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What type of front?

  • Describe the associated weather.
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7A.

Identify the front & Match it to its description.

Descriptions:

1. Gradual replacement of cooler drier air with warmer more air carrying more moisture. Stratus cloud development with steady rain.

2. Rapid replacement of warmer air with cooler drier air – Cumulonimbus clouds; T-storms and heavy showers.

3. Steady rain for days as warm and cool air masses try to move in opposite directions.

7B.

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What air masses influence NJ weather. Name them and describe them?

  • Use your knowledge of air masses to explain why prairie states like Nebraska have a problem with draught.
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A.

C

D.

10. Identify the front at letter C.

11. What type of weather is associated with the “H” on the map?

12. Identify the cloud type you would expect at letter D?

B.

C.

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