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Considering the air along a front, if a warmer air mass slides over the top of a colder air mass, the front is:
Flight in the vicinity of an occluded front comes with its own set of hazards. Which of the below is the most severe hazard to an aircraft operating near an occluded front?
A tropical maritime airmass can be described as:
When a polar maritime air mass is affecting the UK, you can expect:
When an advancing colder air mass meets a warmer air mass, the colder air mass will:
The weather generally associated with a cold front is:
To an observer standing on the ground, a passing warm front will be seen as:
What weather can you expect in an occluded front?
Which of the following describes the characteristics of a typical warm sector depression?
What weather should a pilot expect in a depression?
During your pre-flight weather briefing, you discover that your planned flight will be in an area occupied by an anticyclone. What weather do you expect?
A tropical continental air mass is affecting the area of your planned flight. What weather do you expect this air mass to have brought?