Quote: Keith234 -- the jet is directly influenced by the positions of the jets and ridges. In fact, jets are often found between the two where the height gradient (the difference in heights over an area) is the greatest. That comes out of the mathematical framework of the weather.
trof is just a buckle in the jet, and so is a ridge. i'll remember that one. BTW, don't you mean trofs, not jet (first sentence)?
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