Warm fronts typically move from the South to North and advect warm air North. That is why much warmer temperatures and dewpoints are found along and South of Warm fronts and cooler and dryer air are found on the North side of these fronts. 

If a front moves South and brings the cooler air with it, they are called Cold fronts. 

If a boundary doesn’t move more than 50 miles in a 24 hour period it is called a Stationary front.

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