Anabatic Wind

Warm air flowing up hill as the sun has heated up the mountainside surface.
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anabatic wind

local air current that blows up a hill or mountain slope facing the Sun. During the day, the Sun heats such a slope (and the air over it) faster than ...
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ANABATIC WIND

A wind that is created by air flowing uphill. Valley breezes, produced by local daytime heating, are an example of these winds. The opposite of a katabatic wind.
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Anabatic wind

An anabatic wind, from the Greek anabatos, verbal of anabainein meaning moving upward, is a warm wind which blows up a steep slope or mountain side, driven by heating of the slope through insolation. It is also known as an upslope flow. These winds typically occur during the daytime in calm sunny weather. A hill or mountain top will be radiatively...
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Anabatic wind

a localised wind that blows up a hillside when the air is heated by the sun.
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Anabatic Wind

A wind that is created by air flowing uphill. Valley breezes, produced by local daytime heating, are
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