cyclogenesis

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cyclogenesis

[¦sī·klō′jen·ə·səs]
(meteorology)
Any development or strengthening of cyclonic circulation in the atmosphere.

cyclogenesis

cyclogenesis
A deepening of a low-pressure system associated with the continuing development of a mid-latitude cyclone storm.
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For example, winds in a mid-latitude storm do not monotonically increase as you approach the storm's center.
Loss of sea ice could have varied and extensive consequences, such as contributions to continued Arctic warming, accelerated coastal erosion due to increased wave activity, impacts to large predators that depend on sea ice cover, intensified mid-latitude storm tracks and increased winter precipitation in western and southern Europe, and less rainfall in the American west.
Winter rains are triggered by mid-latitude storms and their associated weather fronts.