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What kind of front is this?. 1. 2. This is a cross sectrion thru what kind of front?. When a cold front passes, both the temperature and the dewpoint ……….. ( in/decrease, remain steady )?. 3. What type of airmass affects the central US at this time?. 4.

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This is a cross sectrion thru what kind of front?

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When a cold front passes, both the temperature

and the dewpoint ……….. (in/decrease, remain steady)?

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What is this?

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What (network of) instruments measure this?

reflectivity

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Fill out the blank for (c)

………..

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The orange line (a) applies to the … (am or pm)

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AM (night/sunrise)

PM (afternoon)

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Does this lake-effect snow work for the lake at LaBonte Park in Laramie? Why (not)?

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Define line A-B(low, high, ridge, trof, saddle)

A

B

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What is this instrument called?

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The picture on the left applies to

which hemisphere?

this one

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Where is the surface low

near A or B?

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A

B

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Now imagine column A is cooled below 500 hPa. Will the 500 hPa surface become lower or higher over A?

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What is the name of the force in red?

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