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upbank thaw


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A thaw that occurs at high levels in a valley or on hills or mountains before thawing occurs lower down the slope. This frequently happens when there is warm air aloft, as when a warm front is encroaching, or when there is forced descent (and adiabatic warming) of air from middle levels.

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