01.station.model - ESPM/GEOG-1425 The Atmosphere Spring...

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ESPM/GEOG-1425 Spring 2010 The Atmosphere 1 Reading Weather Maps & Charts Telling Time Tuesday January 19 Thursday January 21 Name ____________________________________ Lab Objective Begin to understand how to read weather maps & charts How to tell the time on weather maps & charts Background Weather data about the conditions at the surface and above the surface are collected across the U.S. and displayed on charts, maps and imagery. It is important to understand how to interpret and read the imagery in the study of meteorology. Activity Using the station model maps provided, answer the following questions. 1. Record the date & time of your map, as shown on the map. Date: ______________________ Time: ___________ 2. The time is coded on the map. Use the rules above to convert the time on the map to the local time (Central Daylight Time – CDT). List the local (CDT) date & time of your map. Date: ______________________
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