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What causes chinook winds to increase temperatures on the ground by 18 to 20 degrees celcius in a matter of minutes?

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Chinooks are caused when warm, moist air from the Pacific move across the mountains and warms up as it condenses. As they slide down the other side of the mountain, they become strong, warm winds that can push out colder air very quickly.