Sunday, December 20, 2015

Why does wind blow in gusts and not at a steady rate?

Wind is simply the flow of air from
areas of high pressure to those of lower
pressure, and obeys the same laws of
physics as fluids. Wind is no more likely
to flow steadily and smoothly over the
Earth than water, and we experience the
resulting changes in flow as gusts.


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