Meaning Warm front
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Warm front


The leading edge of a warm air mass.
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warm front


mass of warm air that replaces a mass of cold air.
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Any nonoccluded front, or portion thereof, that moves in such a way that warmer air replaces colder air. While some occluded fronts exhibit this characteristic, they are more properly termed warm occl [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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Warm front


the front edge of a body of warm air where it meets and rises above a body of colder air.
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warm front


A long, wedge-shaped boundary caused when a warmer advancing air mass slides over neighboring cooler air parcels. warning coloration
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WARM FRONT


A leading boundary of a warm airmass that is often moving into an area influenced by a cooler airmass. WARNING: A public notice issued by the National Weather Service when a certain hazard (tornado, s [..]
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A narrow transitions zone separating advancing warmer air from retreating cooler air. The air behind a warm front is warmer and typically more humid than the air it is replacing. In Canada, it is def [..]
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Warm front


The leading edge of a warm air mass.
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warm front


Any non-occluded front which moves in such a way that warmer air replaces colder air.
Source: aviationweather.ws

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Warm front


The transition zone where a warm air mass overtakes and replaces a colder air mass. Warning
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A moving boundary that separates warmer air from cooler air. A warm front is named as such because the warm air is advancing on the cold air. These are not common in mainland Australia but cross TAS r [..]
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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Warm front


The boundary between two different air masses where warm air pushes cold air away to bring warmer weather.
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Warm front


The boundary that forms where a warm air mass pushes into a colder air mass.
Source: fairbanksmuseum.org

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WARM FRONT


The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass that is replacing a retreating relatively colder air mass. Generally, with the passage of a warm front, the temperature and humidity increase, the pressure rises, and although the wind shifts (usually from the southwest to the northwest in the Northern Hemisphere), it is not as pronounced as with a col [..]
Source: kestrelmeters.com.au

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Warm front


A narrow zone of transition between relatively warm air that is advancing and relatively cool air that is receding.
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warm front


the front edge of an advancing warm air mass that replaces colder air with warmer air
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WARM FRONT


The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass that is replacing a retreating relatively colder air mass. Generally, with the passage of a warm front, the temperature and humidity increase, the pressure rises, and although the wind shifts (usually from the southwest to the northwest in the Northern Hemisphere), it is not as pronounced as with a col [..]
Source: docuweather.com

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The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass that is replacing a retreating relatively colder air mass. Generally, with the passage of a warm front, the temperature and humidity increase, the pressu [..]
Source: weathershack.com

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WARM FRONT


The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass that is replacing a retreating relatively colder air mass. Generally, with the passage of a warm front, the temperature and humidity increase, the pressu [..]
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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WARM FRONT


The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass
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WARM FRONT


The leading edge of an advancing warm air mass that is replacing a retreating relatively colder air mass. Generally, with the passage of a warm front, the temperature and humidity increase, the pressure rises, and although the wind shifts (usually from the southwest to the northwest in the Northern Hemisphere), it is not as pronounced as with a col [..]
Source: 40north70west.com

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warm front


(meteorology) A warm front is the trailing edge of a retreating mass of cold air.
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