What are weather circles?

A weather circle provides five pieces of information about the weather in a location: temperature. precipitation. wind speed. wind direction.

What do the three circles mean in weather?

The number of the symbols can even tell how much rain or snow is falling. So, a dot stands for rain, three dots in a triangle shape tell us the rain is moderate and continuous, and 4 dots in a diamond shape means the rain is heavy and continuous.

What is H and L in weather app?

A blue “H” means a center of high pressure (usually calm, sunny weather). A red “L” means low pressure (which can mean storminess).

What does blue mean on a weather map?

The location of the colored radar echoes indicate where precipitation is falling and the various colors indicate the intensity of the precipitation through the color code in the legend below. Shades of blue represent lighter precipitation while red and purple indicate heavier precipitation.

How do you do a station model?

How to Make a Weather Station Model

  1. Draw a circle. Look at the sky and divide it into eighths.
  2. Determine the temperature and dew point of your weather station.
  3. Record sea level pressure to the nearest tenth of a millibar in the upper right of the station model circle.

What is a thunderstorm symbol?

Weather Symbols

Weather Symbol Name Number
Snowman Snowy Weather
Snowman Light Snow
Black Snowman Heavy Snow

What does the little thermometer with a snowflake mean?

Most likely, that means you need to watch out for precipitation to start freezing to surfaces. Since the temperature is dropping from just above freezing to below freezing, there’s a decent chance that you could see some icy patches starting to develop, especially on sidewalks, bridges, or anything metal.