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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

 

Advanced

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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