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Weather Review-Tools

Weather Tools and instruments

used to measure the wind speed anemometer
used to measure air or water temperature thermometer
used to measure air pressure barometer
used to measure direction compass
used to measure wind direction wind vane
used to measure relative humidity without using a conversion table hygrometer
used to measure relative humidity, but requires the temperature of a dry bulb and a wet bulb accompanied with a conversion table sling psychrometer
used to measure the amount of rain/precipitation that has fallen rain gauge
lines on a weather map that indicate areas with the same barometric air pressure isobars
lines on a weather map that indicate areas with the same air temperature isotherms
images taken from our atmosshere that show cloud patterns, denisty, and movements satellite
images used to detect rainfall location, intensity, and movement radar
Created by: JSkardon