Overrunning

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Overrun
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Overrunning

A condition that exists when a relatively warm air mass moves up and over a colder and denser air mass on the surface. The result is usually low clouds, fog and steady, light precipitation.
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Overrunning

A condition that exists when a relatively warm air mass moves up and over a colder and denser air mass on the surface. The result is usually low clouds, fog and steady, light precipitation.
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Overrunning

A condition that exists when an air mass moves up and over a denser air mass on the surface. The result is usually low clouds, fog and steady, light precipitation.
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Overrunning

This occurs when a relatively warm air mass is forced above a cooler air mass of greater density. We
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