Hello meteorologists. A few years ago, I was after some advice for a world I’ve created for my book. The answers were super helpful, and I changed a bunch of things. Here’s what I asked:
I come again seeking your knowledge. I’ve added a super helpful picture this time: https://imgur.com/a/FD8hBOi
The basics are: the island is roughly 500km by 300km. The cliff things is 5km straight up, and there’s a pass of sorts cut into it.
Based on this geography, is it possible that there could be thermals rising along the face of the cliff? Could a bird – or light aircraft etc, use rising air currents to climb to about 5km up?
Thanks a lot for your insights.
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