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warm-occlusion depression


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A secondary depression that forms at the triple point where warm and cold fronts combine to create a warm occlusion. Such depressions are more active than cold-occlusion depressions and often deepen and move away from the primary as breakaway depressions.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.


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