Backside weather

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As a back weather a short is weather phenomenon on the back of a previously gone cold front called. Here the atmosphere is still very unstable and often shows brief rain showers , but can also develop good weather that lasts for a few hours .

In these conditions with still moist soil, the sun's rays lead to the rapid formation of cumulus clouds . Because the air pressure rises again after the front draft and becomes relatively less humid, the air is exceptionally clear and the view is very good. Therefore, this form of backside weather is particularly suitable, for example, for astronomical observations, especially of faint nebulae or galaxies. While the air is usually very clean due to the previous rainfall, the air turbulence can be considerable.

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