What is dryline in meteorology?


What is dryline in meteorology?

Fronts in Meteorology:

A front in meteorology is any boundary between air masses, which typically differ in both temperature and humidity properties. These air masses tend to form in source regions where these conditions are found much of the year, e.g. a maritime tropical air mass will form over the tropical ocean.

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A dryline is a type of front in meteorology, but slightly different than the more typical warm and cold fronts that are found on every weather map....

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Understanding Weather Fronts: Types & Their Effect on Weather


Chapter 20 / Lesson 6

Learn what weather fronts are and understand the types of fronts. Discover the kind of weather different fronts bring and how to identify fronts on a weather map. See common U.S. weather fronts.

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