An ‘anticyclone’ is opposite to a cyclone, in which winds move into a low pressure area. In an anticyclone, winds move out from a high-pressure area with wind direction clockwise in the northern hemisphere, anti-clockwise in the southern hemisphere. Such a high pressure area is usually spread over a large area, created by descending warm air devoid of moisture. The absence of moisture makes the dry air denser than an equal quantity of air with moisture. When it displaces the heavier nitrogen and oxygen, it causes an anti-cyclone.
Tags Absence of moisture Air with moisture Anti-clockwise Anti-cyclone Anticyclone Descending warm air devoid of moisture Dry air Heavier nitrogen and oxygen High-pressure area Large area Low pressure area Northern Hemisphere Opposite to a cyclone Southern hemisphere Wind direction clockwise
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