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What effects do wind patterns have on climate?They move warm water toward the east.They change the amount of precipitation in a region.They carry warm or cooled water very long distances.They cool Pacific waters and increase hurricane activity in the western Atlantic.

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I think its either c

They carry warm or cooled water very long distances.

The answer is B: They change the amount of precipitation in an area and affect a region’s climate.

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B). They change the amount of precipitation in an area and affect a region’s climate.

The wind patterns directly affect the climate of a region as the winds 'alter the amount of precipitation in an area' which is directly associated with the climate of that area. For example, winds blowing from sea to land leads to higher precipitation in the coastal area and bring rain and bring dry weather in inland regions. The variation in the amount of heat received by different parts of the Earth leads to variation in air pressures across different regions and this air pressure gives rise to distinct wind patterns that change the climate of place. Thus, option B is the correct answer.

INCORRECT!! The answer is B) They change the amount of precipitation in an area and affect a region's climate ... i just took the test

You're right, it's not A or D. When a hurricane hits on one side of the United States, how does the other side of the US get hit? Your answer is B.

The correct option is this: THEY CARRY WARM OR COOLED WATER OVER VERY LONG DISTANCES.
Water and wind work together to affect climate and weather in a particular place. Water and air which are formed by convection flow typically move from one region to another, affecting the general climate of the region they flow to.
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