lake breeze

a thermally produced wind blowing during the day from the surface of a large lake to the shore, caused by the difference in the rates of heating of the surfaces of the lake and of the land.
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Summers are pleasantly cool because of the lake breeze.
The over-water development of a lake breeze in an off-shore gradient flow.
As a result, a lake breeze occurs during the day while a land breeze happens at
First, the lake breeze boundary served as a forcing mechanism for ascent.
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