Examples of cold front in a Sentence
A cold front will move in tomorrow, bringing with it clear skies.
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As a cold front approaches from the north, very warm air will stream into northern Illinois and northwest Indiana on Monday, on the wings of 20- to 30-mph southwest winds.
The bass have moved out into deeper water following the shad schools in response to this week’s cold front.
Thanks to a cold front that pushed in from the north, overnight Monday temperatures were forecast to dip into the upper 40’s for the western interior and about 60 degrees along the eastern coast.
As a cold front passes today, showers will form west to east across the state, with chances highest in the early evening for the Cleveland area - up to a half-inch could accumulate with very breezy winds accompanying the showers.
That water won’t be evaporating tonight, as dew points and moisture content remain high through tomorrow afternoon, when a cold front ushers in a more seasonable air mass.
Tides dropped throughout the day as the cold front passed through.
This will draw storm systems well north of Florida and make the cold fronts that pass through the state drier than normal.
When the jet stream dives south over eastern North America in response, a strong cold front will plow ahead from the Upper Midwest on Friday toward the East Coast on Sunday.
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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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