Why do clouds usually move from East to West?
- 11 months agoFavourite answer
That's the way the earth rotates, and it takes the winds with it.
- RonLv 711 months ago
Not sure what you are referring to. Low pressure systems move from East to West in the low latitudes and the polar latitudes. In the middle latitudes where most people live, they move from West to the East. This is due to global wind belts. There are regional effects too though because air moves toward the center of low pressure.
- MikeLv 711 months ago
Clouds will move east to west when the wind is blowing from the east to the west.
- LônLv 711 months ago
Only if there is an easterly wind.