Typical United States weather patterns show the continental polar air mass moving south toward the Gulf of Mexico. Why does this air mass movement happen? A) Colder air masses move from north to south. B) Continental air masses always move in the direct of the nearest body of water. C) The polar air mass moves south to replace the rising maritime tropical air mass. D) The continental polar air mass is blocked in by maritime air masses on all sides.

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