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A subpolar low front is a low pressure system that is small and fleeting. Subpolar lows are typically found over the ocean, near the primary polar fronts at the poles of the northern and southern hemisphere. In the northern hemisphere, the polar front created produces low pressure cyclonic storms in Europe and the Pacific Northwest. In the Southern Hemisphere, it creates severe storms, high winds, and snowfall in Antarctica

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