Why Does The Direction of Coastal Winds Change?

Why Does The Direction of Coastal Winds Change?

Several factors affect the movement of air currents, most notably temperature, barometric pressure, and the Coriolis force caused by the Earth’s rotation from west to east. The Coriolis effect displaces circulating air to the left in the southern hemisphere and the right in the northern hemisphere. Localized coastal winds change direction between night and day…

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