Temperature, which is completely controlled by solar radiation, plays a huge role in the formation of inland wind currents. For example, when an area of high temperature becomes trapped under an area of atmospheric cold air, the rising warm air creates violent wind patterns. These can sometimes lead to the formation of tornadoes. These high wind patterns, which create wind energy, are a direct result of solar radiation.
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