cold front

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the front of an advancing mass of colder air


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The jet stream will be fairly close to the cold front, but further from the warm front due to the weaker slope.
The cold front is a weather condition in which a moving mass of cold air pushes into a mass of warm air resulting in a fall in temperature.
An upside to the cold front descending from the north: clear or partly skies for at least the first few days of the week.
By Wednesday next week, a strong vortex, followed by a rather well-defined cold front, approaches from the Atlantic so next weekend's weather (6 and 7 September) could offer some anomalous surprises.
The snowfall, part of the cold front covering Japan since last weekend, forced the operator of Narita airport near Tokyo to close its two runways to remove snow and two airlines to divert their flights to nearby Haneda airport and Kansai airport in Osaka, western Japan, they said.
The concept of "cold outbreaks" includes a synoptic configuration wherever they are present, be it a cold front or a shear line, followed by an advection of cold air, whose main characteristic is a migratory anticyclone in the lower troposphere (Zarate 2005).
24 (Petra)--The Kingdom will remain under the effect of the cold front tomorrow.
Summary: Fire wiped out more than 300 dunums of orchards and trees in Mount Lebanon and South Lebanon, as a cold front is expected to bring snow at high altitudes.
He said that the weather conditions were the result of an upper trough moving from west to the east and bringing with it the cold front.
Summary: ERZURUM(Cihan/TZ) - Many parts of Turkey strongly affected by a Siberian cold front this week saw their coldest night all winter on Tuesday, when temperatures in the eastern province of Erzurum went down to minus 34 degrees Celsius, the lowest in eastern Anatolia.
Statements like, "We caught the heck out of 'em until the cold front went through;" or "High pressure gives walleyes lockjaw;" or "Deepwater patterns tend to be more stable after a cold front.
There is also a cold front sweeping in and that will bring the snow, the freezing fog and bitterly cold temperatures.
But last night weather experts said wintry conditions were set to return in the form of a cold front moving southwards from Scotland.
A cold front of edgy and acrobatic contemporary dance blew over Brooklyn in the fourth annual Cool New York 2007 Dance Festival this January.