Examples of cold front in a Sentence
A cold front will move in tomorrow, bringing with it clear skies.
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But some parts of New York over the weekend had record lows as a cold front from Canada continues to hover across the state.
Melody Rios had never rappelled off anything before, let alone the outside of a high-rise hotel in downtown San Antonio while winds whipped from a late-season cold front.
The warmer temperatures of the 50s during the past few days have been shoved aside by a cold front that brought a drop in temperatures of 20 degrees Wednesday morning as well as strong wind gusts from the west of 40 to 45 mph.
Wilkins said Tuesday's storms are to blame, as a cold front makes its way into Kentucky and pushes the hot air out.
Though not quite a storm, a cold front did ground Villanova in Omaha that night.
Both wind and rain will taper off in the evening as a cold front pushes through and possibly brings snow flurries, with an overnight low of 26, meteorologist Trent Frey said.
Another cold front will make its way through the region early next week, bringing the temperatures back below normal, Lascody said.
The Weather Service says a cold front should strike the Oregon coast about noon then quickly push its way into the metro area.
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Definition of cold front for English Language Learners
: the front edge of a moving mass of cold air
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