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Depressions – Identifying Features

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Identify the weather features on the synoptic (weather) chart below:

Cold Front

Warm Front

Highest pressure

Depression

Anticyclone

Isobar

Occluded Front

Strong Wind

Light Wind

Lowest Pressure

 

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Northerly Wind

Northwesterly Wind

Southwesterly Wind

 

(hint the clouds in the images below are cirrus, cumulonimbus, cumulus and nimbostratus)

cirrus
cumulus
Cumulonimbus
synoptic chart extract

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