Three-Dimensional Airflow Through Fronts and Midlatitude Cyclones. Importance of Air Flows. Great insights into cyclone structures and evolution can be derived from understanding the air flows in midlatitude systems.
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Three-Dimensional Airflow Through Fronts and Midlatitude Cyclones
The Norwegian Cyclone Model (Bjerknes 1918 and later) was the First to Connect the Concept of Three-Dimensional Airflows with the Cloud and Temperature Structures of Midlatitude Fronts and Cyclones
Split Front and Upper “Cold” Front (Browning and Monk 1982)