Warm Fronts

A warm front occurs when a warm air mass moved into an existing mass of cool air. Because the warm air is already in progress and the cold air is stationary, force warm air lifts over the cold air with much less. This leads to a lot less energy for storm development and often causes steady, prolonged rain and occasional weak storms instead. Because warm fronts move more slowly than cold fronts, item rain generally a longer period of time.

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