114) Based characteristics of air masses, one could correctly infer : 1881357
114) Based on characteristics of air masses, one could correctly infer that cold fronts are uncommon in the tropical latitudes.
115) Before occlusion, there are two fronts in a midlatitude cyclone.
116) In hurricanes, surface winds converge towards the center while winds aloft diverge away from the center.
117) Ninety percent of all reported tornadoes take place in the U.S.
118) When one air mass aggresses on the other, warm air always rises over cold air.
119) Worldwide, hurricanes have caused more loss of life than tornadoes.
120) Thunderstorms often accompany the warm sector ahead of cold fronts.
121) Midlatitude cyclones tend to pass over North America going from east to west.
122) The slope of a warm front averages 1:200.
123) The normal tendency is for cold fronts to move into and displace the warm sector of a midlatitude cyclone.