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Unformatted text preview: 3. What is a cold front? What is a warm front? 4. Explain why clouds develop along cold fronts and warm fronts. Midlatitude Cyclones (p. 185) 5. Describe the pressure and wind patterns of a midlatitude cyclone. 6. Describe and explain the regions of cloud development and precipitation within a midlatitude cyclone. 7. Discuss the four components of movement of a midlatitude cyclone. Midlatitude Anticyclones (p. 191) 8. Describe the pressure pattern, wind direction, and general weather associated with a midlatitude anticyclone. 9. In what ways are midlatitude anticyclones often associated with midlatitude cyclones?...
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