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Depressions are areas of [low] pressure which form when air [rises].  They are smaller than anticyclones and spin in an [anticlockwise] direction.  They usually move quite quickly across Britain from [west] to [east].  Each depression brings two periods of rainfall; [steady rain] at the warm front and [stormy rain] at the cold front..


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