How do you read the wind direction on a weather station?

How do you read wind direction?

Wind direction is defined as the direction the wind is coming from. If you stand so that the wind is blowing directly into your face, the direction you are facing names the wind. That’s why a north wind generally brings colder weather temperatures to Chicago and a south wind implies a warmup.

How do you read air pressure on a station model?

Air pressure on a station model only contains the last 3 digits of the air pressure. A pressure of 995. 0 mb is written as 950 on the station model. A pressure of 1032 is written as 320 on the station model.

How do you read weather numbers?

There will be two numbers. The higher number is the forecast maximum temperature for the day. The lower number is the minimum temperature. Take note of the forecast weather conditions.

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