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  • Weather maps

    1. 1. WEATHER MAPS By :Andy, Tanner and Anthony
    2. 2. Basic fronts These are occluded fronts. They are purple and looks like a mix of the warm front and cold front . These are stationary fronts that indicate that the air masses are remaining in the same location. Warm fronts are red and indicate warm air masses. Cold fronts are blue and indicate masses of cold air.
    3. 3. Symbols These are symbols that researchers send to forecasters to read and use for forecasts.
    4. 4. Temperature Weather Map All of Florida is about in the 90s because it is covered in red! Due to there being not much blue on the map, it means that there is not many states are 40 degrees.
    5. 5. Basic weather maps This is a basic weather map. Basic weather maps like this one have the city written down, and then a dot of where the city is. Its kind of hot in the eastern part of the state because its higher than 70 degrees.
    6. 6. Examples of cold,hot,occluded and stationary fronts! In the map you can see cold fronts in Texas, Canada, near California and a small part in Florida. The warm fronts in the map are in Florida,Texas, and Arkansas. The occluded front line is in the ocean by Rhode Island. Also the stationary lines are in Canada and Florida. This is a map that shows a lot of fronts.
    7. 7. High and Low pressure! This is a current surface map the big H is a high pressure sign which means the air is pushed down. Also, the big L is a low pressure which means the air is not pushing down as much. The line going threw the map is a cold front, warm front, and stationary front combined in one front.
    8. 8. It usually rains when it is low pressure because water molecules can evaporate easer. It usually does not rain when it is high pressure because the pressure makes it harder for the molecules to rise into the air.

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