Surface Analysis and Charts



Surface analysis and upper air charts.


Surface Analysis


250mb Chart




500mb Chart



850mb Chart


925mb Chart




CAPE Chart


Current Northeast frontal positions


Current Storm Relative Helicity/Storm Motion Analysis



Surface Chart




Northeast Surface Chart


Animated US Surface Chart



Northeast surface chart






Current 850mb Upper Air ChartCurrent 700mb Upper Air ChartCurrent 500mb Upper Air Chart





Current 300mb Upper Air ChartCurrent 250mb Upper Air ChartCurrent 200mb Upper Air Chart





Surface temperature PotentialSurface Mixing RatioNortheast Surface Chart





Northeast US 2 Hour Pressure ChangeNortheast Near Freezing Surface TemperaturesNortheast Critical Thickness Analysis


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4 comments:

  1. I wish I could understand these charts

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    1. I've posted a few blogs on this subject..If you read them they will shine a little light on the subject.

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  2. I tried reading those blogs. Kinda hard for someone like me to understand.

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    1. Meteorologist look at different layers of the Troposphere The 200 to 300 mb level is where the Jet stream resides. watching this level can tell you how strong storms might become. Each layer has a story to tell... for example the 850mb map is very important in knowing how much moisture is available for precipitation. Whereas, the 500mb level is the middle of the atmosphere. The low pressure systems you see on TV weather . are easily seen at this level.

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