Subject: Which of the two variables has more affect on local weather?
Date: Sun Nov 14 18:12:21 1999
Posted by JAMES JONES
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: The Browning School
City: New York State/Province: N. Y.
Area of science: Earth Sciences
It seems to me that weather fronts are more important in influencing
weather, and at other times high and low pressure systems seem to dominate.
Does a warm front always have a low pressure associated with it or a cold
front a high pressure associated with it?
Re: Which of the two variables has more affect on local weather?
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