when the air above the land rises up why does a region of low pressure get created over the land and not a region of high pressure?

Asked by  | 8th Jan, 2014, 10:34: AM

Expert Answer:

As the air warms up it becomes light and thus it rises.
The low pressure zone relates to the high temperature. Since the land heats up during day the low pressure region is created over land.

Answered by Hemangi Binny | 8th Jan, 2014, 03:46: PM

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