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Air Masses move from ________ (rain,winds)

A _______ front moves back and forth over the same area. (warm,statinary)

At ________ fronts, warmer air gradually rises above cooler air.(warm,cold)

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    winds move air.
    stationary fronts do not change much.
    cold fronts move cold air, low to the ground. Warm humid air rises over, and rain (or snow or sleet) forms.

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