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Language of the Meteorologist

Understanding the Language of the Meteorologist: (1) “Sub-divisions”
Understanding the Language of the Meteorologist: (2) “Rainfall”
Understanding the Language of the Meteorologist: (3) “Day Temperature”
Understanding the Language of the Meteorologist: (4) Low Pressure Systems 
Understanding the Language of the Meteorologist: (5) Humidity

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Manoj
    Dec 19, 2014 @ 05:47:58

    Sir, I am Ph. D. Scholar, I need mean rain fall (mm) and rainfall of the year 2014 for Junagdh and Amreli District (Gujarat)

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    • Prof R R Kelkar
      Dec 20, 2014 @ 00:39:46

      Dear Manoj,
      You have not told me where you are working. But you should get in touch with Meteorological Centre, Ahmedabad.
      Best wishes,
      R R Kelkar

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  2. n. jayanthi
    Sep 17, 2007 @ 11:18:49

    No. of closed isobars around any low pressure system should also indicate the radial distance within which they should be seen. This is more so for land systems as wind alone may not give any objective assessment

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