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ATS113 hw6 key - ATS 113-KEY HW#4 This assignment is due on...

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ATS 113--KEY  HW #4 This assignment is due on Wednesday, March 26th at the beginning of the  lecture.—I will be putting a key on blueline immediately after class, so  there  will be NO late homeworks accepted. 1) How are cold fronts different from stationary fronts? Winds are parallel to the front / the stationary front doesn’t move 2) a) Name three types of fronts that are examples of the "polar front". Cold, Warm, Stationary   b) Why are the other two types of fronts NOT examples of the "polar front"? Occluded, Dryline—They don’t separate airmasses with distinct T  and moisture differences 3) Where would you look for rain associated with a warm front--north of the front  or south of the front? Why? —To the north, because the warm air over- runs the cooler air and rises gradually as it moves northward 4) a) Which kind of front is more steeply sloped--cold front or warm front?  Cold b) Which kind of front moves more quickly--cold front or warm front? -- COLD c) Which  kind  of front is associated with stratus clouds--cold front or warm  front?--WARM 5) Consider the following meteogram, which is from St. Louis during a 24 hour  period in 2003:
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ATS 111 taught by Professor Martinelli during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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ATS113 hw6 key - ATS 113-KEY HW#4 This assignment is due on...

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