the boundary between the atmospheric layers troposphere and stratosphere where the drop in temperature with increasing altitude ceases (A2)

Trade wind inversion

an atmospheric phenomenon caused by the interaction between the Hadley Cell phenomenon and the trade winds which creates a level at which the air on top is warmer than the air beneath (A2)

Trade wind

a wind blowing almost constantly in one direction; in Hawai’i, the trade winds blow from the northeast toward the equator (A2)

Hadley Cell

a global air circulation pattern involving rising, flowing, and subsiding air currents (A2)