The effect of friction on the net flow of air around cyclones is that it causes air to flow
A. inward in the Northern Hemisphere.
B. outward in the Southern Hemisphere.
C. inward in either hemisphere.
D. outward in either hemisphere.
In the Southern Hemisphere, the Coriolis effect deflects the winds to the left. Therefore, winds around a low move clockwise. Winds around a high move counterclockwise. [ In either hemisphere, friction causes a net flow of air inward around a cyclone and a net flow of air outward around an anticyclone.
Therefore the answer is D.
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