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This occurs when cool air is replacing warm air. The front is the boundary between the cold and warm air. In such situations warm air is wedged up by the cold air because of density differences with the result that the cold air slides in beneath the warm air creating an elevated inversion. As the frontal surface, or the slope between the cold and warm air, is rather steep at about 1:50 to 1 : 100 (ratio of vertical rise to horizontal distance), the further away from the front the greater the distance the warm air is from the ground.
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The thickness of the moving air layer in a land breeze is usually only a few hundred metres. The land breeze does not normally reach more than 15-20 km seaward. It generally starts about three hours after sunset, increasing in strength until sunrise, and at times continuing beyond sunrise. Land breezes are best developed in areas where the water surface is relatively warm: in equatorial regions, near warm ocean currents and relatively shallow lakes. Long and clear 3 Basic Meteorology 39 nights, occurring during dry seasons and, in the outer tropics, during the winter also favour land breezes.