Examples of warm front in a Sentence
An approaching warm front often means that rain is coming.
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The spring-like temperatures won’t last long as a cold front comes in right behind the departing warm front and will spread heavier rain from the coast inland by Wednesday evening.
High pressure will bring some sunshine Wednesday morning, but a warm front across western Pennsylvania will cause thickening afternoon clouds.
At some point in the late morning or early afternoon, a warm front passes through the area, pushing temperatures into the mid-70s.
Saturday highs head for the mid-80s to near 90 as the warm front moves well to our north.
The warm front will shift north of the region on Friday, bringing morning clouds and possible showers.
Temperatures could reach 76 on Thursday and will stay high until Saturday, but wind will accompany the warm front, the National Weather Service said.
Confidence: Medium Tomorrow night: The warm front should have cleared the region by evening, and winds from the south draw in very mild air.
Temperature rises are not as dramatic here, typically measured in hours or days, not minutes, after a warm front passage.
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WARM FRONT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of warm front for English Language Learners
: the front edge of a moving mass of warm air
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