Prevailing winds.

On the globe, there are circulation cells that are set in motion by solar heat. The main cell is called the Hadley Cell (after George Hadley who first explained trade winds). It is set up by rising air around the equator that moves northward (in the northern hemisphere). As it rises it cools and it precipitates as the moist air condenses.

Eventually, around 30 degrees north... more

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