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About your *Graphic*...

Since cold air is more dense than warm air, the warm air has no choice but to rise up above the cold - getting shoved up well above the surface. This creates a funky scenario where it's warmer way up in the sky than it is on the ground.

In the Graphic, Showing the "Layers" of Air"...
My question is this, about the "Warm Air".
Is this "Warmer Air"; also referred to as a "Warm Nose"? In Meteorological Terms?
Thanks for the "Heads-up" Tim, Enjoy Reading your Blog, Keep up the great work...
Sincerly,Dave

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