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The nightly winter temperature drop in a seaside town is

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Problem 42P

PROBLEM 42P

The nightly winter temperature drop in a seaside town is usually less than that in nearby towns that are farther inland. Explain.

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Solution 42P

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The nightly winter temperature drop in a seaside town is usually less than that in nearby towns that are farther inland. In simpler terms, this is because warm breezes from the sea move towards the land. Areas further from the sea hardly get these warm breezes, and therefore  nearby towns that are farther inland remains cold than the seaside town.

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Chapter 12, Problem 42P is Solved
Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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