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CLIP 4319

Predicting the weather - frontal systems

Predicting the weather - frontal systems
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Key Info
  • Predicting the weather - frontal systems
  • Duration: 02:07
  • A demonstration and explanation of the weather formed by fronts and by the landscape. A frontal system moving east over Wales and England is followed. Includes an explanation of warm and cold fronts and their association with rainfall.
  • Subject:

    Geography

       Topic:

    Weather and Climate

  • Keywords: pressure, depression, front, isobars, rainfall radars, condensation, geography, bitesize
Ideas for use in class
  • The clip provides reinforcement of the west to east movement of frontal systems over the UK and the anti-clockwise movement of winds within the systems. It can assist in recognition of the main symbols associated with fronts.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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