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AVIATION WEATHER
CHAPTER THREE
6.
With frontal passage, the winds of a cold front will shift from the _____to the ____, and the
winds of a warm front will shift from the _____to the _____.
a.
southeast to the northwest; southeast to the northwest
b.
southeast to the southwest; southwest to the northwest
c.
southwest to the northwest; southeast to the southwest
d.
northwest to the southwest; southwest to the southeast
7.
In one respect, embedded warm-front thunderstorms present a greater flying hazard than
cold-front thunderstorms because the warm-front cumulonimbus clouds__________________.
a.
may be hidden in stratus type clouds
b.
generally contain a great amount of cloud-to-ground lightning
c.
have lower bases and lie closer to the Earth's surface
d.
are much more violent and turbulent
8.
Which one of the following would indicate a cold front has passed?
a.
Wind shifts
b.
Pressure falls
c.
Humidity increases
d.
Temperature rises
9.
If you are flying from east to west and you encounter cirrus, cirrostratus, alto-stratus,
nimbostratus and then stratus clouds, you are most likely approaching a_______________.
a.
stationary front
b.
warm front
c.
either a or b
d.
neither a nor b
Mechanics of Frontal Systems 3-21


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