PREDICTING AND INTERPRETING THE WEATHER (Why are weather forecasts…
PREDICTING AND INTERPRETING THE WEATHER
are artificial satellites wich orbit the Earth to picture of weather patterns and check temperatures.
Send information back to weather station on earth.
Weather stations and weather forests centres
are facilities which collect information about the weather and send it to
weather forest centres
. In this places, metereologists make graphs to help interpret the data and make predictions about the weather.
are large ballons containig different instruments sent high into the atmosphere to measure the temperature, the air pressure and the humidity. Once they get information, they send to weather station on Earth.
are professionals who use different devices to predict weather. These devices provide them whith data about the weather elements.
Why are weather forecasts important
To warn of a posible increase in the cost of products like crops which have destroyed in a drought or flood
To take action to reduce pollution levels
To tell you seek shelter from dangerous and extreme weather, like tornadoes, hurricanes or floods
To know if you need to take an umbrela in case of rain, to take a coat if it is cold, to avoid exercising outside if it is too hot, etc.
lines which represent the air pressure
the closer the isobars are together, the windier it is.
coloured lines which show an incoming temepratures
represent a cold front
represent a warm front
help you interpret the weather