What air masses are – and how they influence our weather

Science With Stevie

Air masses are large volumes of air that are classified by temperature and moisture content, otherwise known as humidity. They can cover hundreds or thousands of miles and are classified according to where they form over the Earth.

This week, we’re looking at where they originate, and how they influence our weather.

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