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At each station the following abbreviated surface station model has been utilized:
Wind arrows fly with the wind.
Each full barb equals 10 knot wind speed.
[Sample station reports a 15 knot wind from the southeast (SE)].
Missing values are indicated by an "M".
Note the pressure appearing on this station model is in tenths of a
millibar with the decimal and the leading 9 or 10 removed to save
space. (Compare the data plotted on the station model with that for on
the other map that contains the decoded pressure values.)
A nice tutorial for learning how to decode station models can be found at http://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/wxwise/station/page5.html
A nice tutorial for learning how to draw isobars is found at
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