The breeze is a type of wind from the local Northeast motivated by movements of air masses due to the heterogeneous heating by the Sun raised sea breeze. Located on the coast and are produced by the effect of differences in heating and cooling of the earth and water bodies. During the day the highest temperature of the earth gives rise to heated air ancestries that are quickly offset by the arrival of cold air from the sea or large lakes. In the evening there is a period of calm when the temperatures are equal. At night, the mechanism is reversed to be the hottest water but the wind speed is usually lower because the differences are not as pronounced. An interesting phenomenon which characterizes the Mediterranean summer, the system of breezes, cool helps keep the coastline in the most torrid days. From the early hours, solar radiation heats the ground quickly in a morning summer heat pumping steadily. The air, already heated, rises with increasing temperature, but instead is not an empty cooler air from the sea moves inland, starting a cycle that softens the feeling of embarrassment in the summer. The air mass remains over the sea is, as a rule, denser and heavier than the air above the ground and strong winds can trigger its natural movement toward the mainland. The breeze is more violent coastal segments where the temperature is greater contrast between sea and land. Another consequence of the breeze is the cloud: when given the right conditions, moisture joins the sea rising air and clouds are formed features in the vicinity of the coast.