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Using the weather map given: Fill in the data table

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Using the weather map given: Fill in the data table provided based on the weather map. (I have already done this part)
















































































































































































































































City



Dewpoint (°F)



Current weather



Barometric Pressure



Pressure over the last three hours



Pressure trend



Precipitation in last six hours



Birmingham, AL



68 °F



Scattered Clouds (25% cloud cover)



1002.7 mb



-2.5 mb



Continuously falling



1.6 inches



Buffalo, NY



26 °F



Overcast



1009.6 mb



-0.2 mb



Continuously falling



2.8 inches



Chicago, IL



29 °F



Overcast



996.2 mb



-5.5 mb



Falling then steady



1.25 inches



Columbia, SC



61 °F



Scattered Clouds (25% cloud cover)



1004.9 mb



-1.1 mb



Continuously falling



0.8 inches



Columbus, OH



41 °F



Overcast



1003.8 mb



-1.4 mb



Continuously falling



1.8 inches



Dallas, TX



64 °F



Partly cloudy (50% cloud cover)



1006.4 mb



+2.1 mb



Continuously raising



0.12 inches



Des Moines, IA



32 °F



Overcast



989.5 mb



-4.7 mb



Steady



1.25 inches



Fort Collins, CO



9 °F



Clear/Sunny



1009.8 mb



+1.9 mb



Continuously raising



0



Jacksonville, FL



78 °F



Fair (<12% cloud cover)



1008.5 mb



+0.6 mb



Continuously raising



0



Lexington, KY



62 °F



Partly cloudy (60% cloud cover)



1003.2 mb



-2.8 mb



Falling then steady



2.5 inches



Little Rock, AR



65 °F



Clear/Sunny



997.9 mb



-0.1 mb



Steady



0.25 inches



Miami, FL



86 °F



Broken (90% cloud cover)



992.9 mb



-16.5 mb



Rising before a greater fall



4.4 inches



Minneapolis, MN



8 °F



Clear/sunny



1008.3 mb



+1.2 mb



Continuously raising



0



Nashville, TN



61 °F



Partly cloudy (50% cloud cover)



1001.8 mb



-1.9 mb



Falling then steady



1.0 inches



New Orleans, LA



68 °F



Fair (<12% cloud cover)



1005.6 mb



0 mb



Steady



0



Oklahoma City, OK



72 °F



Overcast



1000.1 mb



-0.9 mb



Continuously rising



0.75 inches



Pierre, SD



16 °F



Clear/sunny



1009.1 mb



+8.4 mb



Rising then steady



3.2 inches



Portland, OR



65 °F



Scattered Clouds (25% cloud cover)



1005.7 mb



-0.7 mb



Continuously falling



1.0 inches



Raleigh, NC



49 °F



Scattered Clouds (25% cloud cover)



1007.1 mb



-1.5 mb



Continuously falling



0



Richmond, VA



66 °F



Overcast



1006.9 mb



-2.05 mb



Continuously falling



0.5 inches



San Francisco, CA



58 °F



Fair (<12% cloud cover)



1009.5 mb



-0.1 mb



Continuously falling



0



Santé Fe, NM



27 °F



Clear/sunny



1009.6 mb



+ 0.8 mb



Continuously raising



0



Seattle, WA



64 °F



Partly Cloudy (40% cloud cover)



1003.2 mb



-1.5 mb



Continuously falling



1.75 inches



St. Louis, MO



67 °F



Overcast



993.8 mb



-1.5 mb



Steady



2.5 inches



Wichita KS



38 °F



Scattered Clouds (25% cloud cover)



1004.3 mb



+5.6 mb



Falling before a lesser rise



2.5 inches



Below is the part I need help with.

Find the warm and cold fronts to your map.

Describe what tomorrow's weather will be at the locations listed below if the system continues due east at 300 miles/day. Be sure to include wind direction, temperature, cloud cover and precipitation in your forecast. The position of the warm and cold fronts will help you with this. Locations: Bangor, ME Birmingham, AL Dallas, TX Denver, CO Jacksonville, FL Louisville, KY Minneapolis, MN New York, NY Pittsburgh, PA

Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.
I have done Questions like this before. When do you need the Answers?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

I need them by tomorrow (06/21/2015). Preferably noon so I can get it turned in.

I need help with the second part of the assignment which is identify the warm and cold fronts.. in order to predict the weather for the cities mentioned..

Is there anything else you need from me?

Thank you!

Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.
Do I need to print, sketch, and scan it, or can I just describe where the fronts are?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
There assignment didn't say we need to upload the map with our drawing showing the cold and warm front so no:) just the forecast with the wind direction, temperature, cloud cover and precipitation :)
Less work!
Thank you!
Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.
If I dont get it done tonight, I will have it for you in the morning.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Sounds lovely!
Thank you!
Expert:  Ray Atkinson replied 1 year ago.
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