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From the north, brings cold temperatures and snow in winter and early spring.
Arctic air mass
From the northwest Atlantic, cold moist weather.
Polar Maritime air mass
From the east, bitterly cold temperatures bringing snow in late winter/ early spring.
Polar Continental air mass
From the southwest, brings moist, cooler temperatures in summer, wet and mild conditions in winter.
Tropical Maritime air mass
From the southeast, summer only, brings heat wave conditions.
Topical continental air mass
The great UK storm date.
1987
Intense low pressure systems that develop in the tropics.
Tropical Storm
27 degrees sea temperature, 70m depth, 5 degrees north/ south of the equator.
Conditions needed for a hurricane
Hurricane Katrina - date.
2005
Hurricane Katrina - category.
5
Scale for categorising wind speed and storm impact.
Beaufort scale
Air pressure within the gap causes wind to pick up speed.
Venturi effect
Reflectivity of a surface.
Albedo effect
Cyclone Nargis - date.
2008
Cyclone Nargis - category.
3-4