Polar lows are intense, small‐scale cyclones in the high latitudes. Typically, polar lows are initiated through baroclinic processes, but they sometimes evolve into a post‐baroclinic mature stage where air–sea interaction becomes more important. In this stage some polar lows have developed hurricane‐like cloud structures, and idealized axisymmetric hurricane models have indicated that air–sea interaction‐fuelled...
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