Warm colors refer to the colors that reminds one of the sun, sunset or of daytime. Examples of warm colors are red, yellow and orange, and these colors are referred to as such because they resemble fire and evoke feeling... More » Science Colors

Red, orange and yellow are warm colors, as they reflect the colors of the sun, fire and daylight. In artwork, warm colors are used to stimulate observers, and in interior design, warm colors appear to come forward, which... More » Art & Literature Fine Art Painting

A warm front occurs when a cold air mass retreats and is replaced by a warm air mass. Warm fronts typically bring some form of precipitation to the area. More » Science Weather & Tides Clouds
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