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station model

[′stā·shən ‚mäd·əl]
(meteorology)
A specified pattern for entering, on a weather map, the meteorological symbols that represent the state of the weather at a particular observation station.

station model

station model
Station model as it appears on synoptic charts.
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Weather observations for a station as plotted on a synoptic chart. It includes data regarding the wind velocity, temperature, visibility, total cloud amount, cloud types and their height, prevalent weather, dew point, barometric pressure and its tendency, weather in the last six hours, and time of the commencement of the precipitation and its amount.
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