weather chart

NOUN
  1. (meteorology) a map showing the principal meteorological elements at a given time and over an extended region
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How To Use weather chart In A Sentence

  • Prior to this weather charts had been presented on screen with captions.
  • If things went well, at the beginning of the week, the four crew would be doing all the work, explaining what we did as we went along, from putting up sails to navigating, polishing the brasses, building weather charts and making the tea.
  • When isobars on a weather chart are close together, it will be a blustery day…
  • On the walls beside the map there were weather charts and a complex board that showed the availability of reserve night fighters. Bomber
  • Can you read the weather chart?
  • On the walls beside the map there were weather charts and a complex board that showed the availability of reserve night fighters. Bomber
  • The meteorologistprepares a weather chart which shows current weather conditions over the whole country.
  • More important, just now the weather charts are showing that another wintry week is in prospect for us all. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the walls beside the map there were weather charts and a complex board that showed the availability of reserve night fighters. Bomber
  • More important, just now the weather charts are showing that another wintry week is in prospect for us all. Times, Sunday Times
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