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cold front

noun as in advancing front of colder air

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During the day Friday, we should climb up to near 50 before the inbound cold front brings another possible round of showers.

Express forecastForecast in detailWe’re cooler but still mild today, ahead of a cold front that brings a chillier weekend.

Sunshine should be more common on most days, but we’ll need to watch for more clouds tomorrow on Inauguration Day thanks to a cold front.

To the west, an approaching cold front and low pressure system are marked by an arc of thick clouds and downpours curving from the Florida Panhandle north through the southern Appalachians and Ohio Valley toward Chicago.

Low temperatures fall into the low to mid-30s near sunrise, behind our cold front.

Consider the painting called “In the High Island Oil Field, February, After the Passage of a Cold Front,” from 1990.

The cold front has set in, and everyone seems to have a lot of opinions this week.

After breakfast grandmother and Jake and I bundled ourselves up and climbed into the cold front wagon-seat.

In sunshine nothing disturbed your peace while you contemplated its dry, cold front.

The passage of a cold-front storm may almost halt migration in spring.

On the first night, following the passage of a cold front, migration at Ottumwa was comparatively low (6,900 birds in five hours).


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cold front, such as: cold snap, cold spell, cold wave, cold sector, polar front, and snap.

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