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Upper Air Characteristics

Upper air soundings taken through either front show typical cold or warm front soundings.


Figure 4-5-5.—Illustration of warm type of occlusion. (A) Vertical structure through points A and A´; (B) horizontal structure.

Those taken that intersect both fronts show two inversions. The warm type of occlusion (like the cold type) appears on upper air charts at approximately the same pressure level. However, one distinct difference does appear in the location of the warm isotherm ridge associated with occlusions. The warm isotherm ridge lies just to the rear of the occlusion at the peak of its development.

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