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The rising air accumulates aloft forming an area of higher pressure. Relative to the land at the same elevation, air flows back toward land from high pressure to low pressure . Once back over land, the air cools, increases in density and then sinks causing an increase in density and high pressure . Gravity pulls the dense air offshore again completing the circulation.
Originally posted by eueseh
If the wind is rough during the day,its rougher that night.
A few years ago a windstorm destroyed alot of stuff...this happend during the night.
So,does anyone else notice this about their hometown? Any theorys or scientific explanations?