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Colliding air masses create fronts, such as cold fronts, warm fronts, occluded fronts, and stationary fronts.

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    Weather Fronts

    Weather Fronts

    by Jasmine Thames //basic
    Describes the fronts that occur when two air masses collide.
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    Weather Fronts Lesson

    Weather Fronts Lesson

    by Matthew Baker //basic
    Describes the fronts that occur when two air masses collide.
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    WK 9: Weather Fronts

    WK 9: Weather Fronts

    by Mari Hobkirk //basic
    Describes the fronts that occur when two air masses collide.
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    Weather Fronts

    Weather Fronts

    by Kaitlyn Sand //basic
    Describes the fronts that occur when two air masses collide.
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  • Real World Application
    Storm Names Lab

    Storm Names Lab

    by Matthew Baker //basic
    Hurricanes are named so that they can be referred to easily. Winter storms are some times named, but the practice is controversial.
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