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Uncontrolled copy not subject to amendment Basic Navigation Using Map and Compass
Learning Outcome 5: Be able to recognise weather conditions that affect land navigation
Hot and Cold Air Masses
Main Air Masses Width of the arrows indicates the frequency of occurrence
Fronts and Frontal Depressions Numbers refer to pressure in millibars
Weather Map – Westerly Winds
Fronts and Frontal Depressions Section through a frontal system Cold front is steeper than the warm front
Upper Winds Weather map showing isobars for both upper and lower winds
High and Low Pressure
Depression X Section
Pockets of Air
Air rising over mountains
Rising Air Dewpoint
High and Low Pressure
Funnels and Eddies
1. Name the fronts that these symbols represent: 2. Name the air mass characterized below: a) Warm and humid b) Warm and dry c) Cool and humid d) Cool.
Learning checklist for Weather Explain the difference between weather and climate. Explain the difference between weather and climate. Know and understand.
Each Mass is described with a Temperature & Moisture Ex: Hot / Dry Ex: Cold / Moist.
Weather Fronts. The boundary between 2 air masses that have different temperatures, humidity's, pressures.
Air masses are defined by geography A mass of cP air approaches Virginia Beach as shown in the diagram cP Probably over the next few hours in Virginia.
Weather Maps often use symbols to represent conditions A common one is known as a Wind Barb.
Standard Grade Weather Depressions. Today we are going to learn.. What a depression is The main features of a depression The weather associated.
Weather Stations & Weather Map Symbols. Weather Station Models Label the numbers and symbols of your weather station model in your notes, Follow along.
Radar Weather Balloon temperature winds air pressure humidity precipitation.
Unfortunately this map showing the highs and lows has been damaged, can you fix it?
Meteorology 2 Review.
Severe Weather How to Read a Weather Map Unit 11 – Day 2.
Breezes and Fronts Jeopardy. At Night What time of day do land breezes occur?
TOPIC Weather Climate Look out of the window!
Ch 8: Lesson 4: How are Forecasts Made?. Collecting Data To describe a weather system, you need to describe all its parts; 1.temperature 2.moisture 3.clouds.
Postman Pat - Depressions
WEATHER. What you need to know How to measure and record weather Depressions and anticyclones Weather associated with both Air masses and associated.
Geography Write GEOGRAPHY WEATHER TOPIC at the back of your jotter.
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