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Cold, Air Masses
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|Title: Continental Arctic Air Mass|
Concept: Abbreviation: cA or A
Detail: Air masses which form over polar land masses are cold and dry, and if, over polar ice caps during winter dark, bitterly cold and very dry. On weather charts you will sometimes see them indicated by the symbol cA - continental arctic, or sometimes just A, as arctic air only forms over frozen continents. They commonly sweep southward out of Canada into the US, especially during winter, and produce major cold waves.
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