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Middle latitude cyclones are fueled by? a. energy from falling precipitation b. polar continental air masses or c. air high in the atmosphere
Middle latitude cyclones are fueled by b. polar continental air masses. [ Landfalling middle latitude cyclones fueled by maritime Polar air can bring prolific ]
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