Sea breeze

As we know, land masses heat up more quickly than sea masses, especially during the day.
As the air heats up, the air parcels begin to rise and create low pressure areas at ground level.
At a height of nearly 600 meters (2000 feet) the warm air increases speed toward the sea and replaces the cooler air, which replaces the rising warmer air.
A circulation system has then developed – the so-called sea breeze.
Sea breezes can occasionally reach more than 15 knots.