ATM 111 Weather Map Discussion. R. Grotjahn W 2006. Administration materials. Weather Analysis and Prediction Instructor: Prof. R. Grotjahn rm 231 Hoagland Hall, Phone: 752-2246, E-mail: [email protected] Teaching assistant: Mr. Brent Laabs
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a. Primary charts:
b. Supplementary charts (as needed to justify explanations & information presented above)
2. a. Review recent forecasts (e.g. compare models’ 12 or 24 hr fcsts with most recent obs). Maybe human forecasters and MOS.
b. Specific forecasts: 24 hour max T & min T -- how did guidance and forecasters do?
colors: SLP black: 1000-500 hPa thickness
tie together information
a. identify locations of major fronts
Problems in SE
fronts at 21Z
but station data 00Z