Some articles on stationary front, stationary fronts, front:
... A stationary front is a non-moving (or stalled) boundary between two air masses, neither of which is strong enough to replace the other ... A wide variety of weather can be found along a stationary front, but usually clouds and prolonged precipitation are found there ... Stationary fronts either dissipate after several days or devolve into shear lines, but they can transform into a cold or warm front if conditions aloft change ...
Famous quotes containing the words fronts and/or stationary:
“Betwixt the black fronts long-withdrawn
A light-blue lane of early dawn,”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)
“It is the dissenter, the theorist, the aspirant, who is quitting this ancient domain to embark on seas of adventure, who engages our interest. Omitting then for the present all notice of the stationary class, we shall find that the movement party divides itself into two classes, the actors, and the students.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)