The speed of high altitude winds is proportional to height. The greatest speed is reached at the limit of the troposphere. These winds are slower at the Equator, they grow in speed at the middle latitudes and slow down again closer to the Poles.
It is not quite clear as yet which is the mechanism that brings about this type of circulation at high altitudes, but, whichever the origin, the role of high altitude winds is fundamental in the distribution of cyclonic and anticyclonic areas in the world
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East to West
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Generally, prevailing winds blow east-west rather than north-south. This happens because Earth's rotation generates what is known as the Coriolis effect. The Coriolis effect makes wind systems twist counter-clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere.
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1 the higher the altitude of a place the lower is its temperature it is true
2 permanent winds are also called the prevailing or planetary winds it is true
3 the polar winds are extremely hot wheels it is false
4 the polar winds are also called as polar easterlies Joue it is false
5a local wind always blows in the same direction answer is true
6 during an anti cyclone wind blows in anti clockwise direction in the Northern hemisphere it is false
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