A wind that blows up the slope of a hill or mountain due to the sun heating the land.
An upslope wind. The opposite of katabatic wind.
An upslope wind due to local surface heating on hills and mountains
An upslope wind due to local surface heating. Opposite of katabatic wind.
wind that is created by air flowing uphill. Valley breezes, produced by local daytime heating, are an example of these winds. The opposite of a katabatic wind.
A local wind which blows up a slope heated by sunshine.
An anabatic wind, from the Greek anabatos, verbal of anabainein meaning moving upward, is a wind which blows up a steep slope or mountain side. It is also known as an upslope flow. These winds typically occur during the daytime in calm sunny weather.