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Thunderstorm Gust Fronts Gust fronts from thunderstorms behave much like cold frontsStill image:
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Keywords:   Gust fronts, Downdrafts, Rain falling, Outflow boundary, Wind shift, Weather Explanations, Thunderstorm, Fronts, Weather Forecasting
Asset ID: 5273
Title: Thunderstorm Gust Fronts
Concept: Gust fronts from thunderstorms behave much like cold fronts
Detail: So far we have discussed large or synoptic scale features. However, there are smaller sized air masses in the atmosphere which in effect have their own localized frontal zones. One of the most frequently experienced is the micro- (or meso-)scale cold fronts associated with thunderstorms. Rain falling through the lower atmosphere cools the air by evaporation, resulting in a dome of cold air, maybe 5, 10, 20 or more miles across. It rushes more or less radially outward from the center of the thunderstorm complex, producing phenomena not at all unlike its larger scale cold frontal cousin. Quick changes of wind, sharp drops in temperatures, and rising pressure are all typical of thunderstorm gust fronts. When thunderstorms form on cold fronts, it is usually the thunderstorm micro-front, rather than the large scale cold front, that is perceived.

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