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A cold front occurs when a denser air mass pushes
under a less dense air mass.

   •   Move quickly

   •   Produces cumul...
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  1. 1. A cold front occurs when a denser air mass pushes under a less dense air mass. • Move quickly • Produces cumulus clouds first. • Often produces severe weather, heavy rain, snow, thunderstorms. • Cooler, drier air follows A warm front happens when a less dense air mass rides up over a denser air mass. • Warm air moves over cold air. • Begins with cirrus clouds, followed by stratus. • Produces light to moderate rain. • After it passes, warmer weather comes. When two air masses come together, but neither displaces the other, the boundary between them is referred to as a stationary front. • The weather remains the same until a force makes them move
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