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48 CHAPTER 1 Laboratory Exercises MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE PRECIPITATION Year President (°F) (in) 1949 Truman 42 0 1953 Eisenhower 54 0 1957 Eisenhower 46 0.22 1961 Kennedy 26 0.09 1965 Johnson 46 0 1969 Nixon 39 0.27 1973 Nixon 46 0 1977 Carter 33 0 1981 Reagan 56 Trace 1985 Reagan 17 0 1989 Bush 52 0 1993 Clinton 44 0 1997 Clinton 45 0 2001 Bush 39 0.33 2005 Bush 37 Trace 2009 Obama 30 0 C. Based on this data, estimate the probability that measurable precipitation (that is, at least 0.01 inches) will occur on the next Inauguration day. 19. In this chapter, you learned about the symbols used to represent some common obstructions to visibility in a station model. A more complete listing of obstructions to visibility can be found at: http://www.meteo.psu.edu/~nese/wxsymbols.pdf
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Unformatted text preview: . You will need this chart for this question, which involves the meteogram shown in Figure 1.43 from Kuwait City, Kuwait, for July 14-15, 2008. In this meteogram, temperature and dew point are in F, while visibility is in miles. a. What was the highest and lowest temperature during this 24-hour period in Kuwait City? Express your an-swers in both F and C. b. What three different obstructions to visibility were reported during this time period? What was the highest wind gust observed during this time period? What was the visibility and wind speed at 12Z on July 15, 2008 (which was in midst of an approximate eight-hour stretch when one of these obstructions was occurring)? C. Was it humid during the time represented by this meteogram? Justify your answer....
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