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Masters degree in meteorology from FSU. I've been doing audio production and design for 8 years, so my ultimate goal is to one day open up my own recording studio.


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revised Is this a weather phenomenon or an instrumental artifact?
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comment Is this a weather phenomenon or an instrumental artifact?
Ah, yes I forgot to mention that. On these types of surface analysis maps, humidity is not explicitly labeled. If you look at the station located directly in the center of the map, you will see two numbers: 55 and 54. 55 is the air temperature in Fahrenheit and 54 is the dewpoint in Fahrenheit. Since I'm not sure if you want the physical equations, just look at it this way: the closer the temperature is to the dewpoint, the more humid it is. For example, the station we are talking about probably has a relative humidity of somewhere between 95-99%. If you want the math let me know.
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answered Is this a weather phenomenon or an instrumental artifact?
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answered Does hot air really rise?
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comment Why does thermal resistance go down as temperature goes up?
@RonMaimon - Well...at least I have the fundamentals down lol. :)
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comment Why does thermal resistance go down as temperature goes up?
I see. Well, excuse my elementary understanding of thermal resistivity as compared to yours, but my area of expertise is in atmospheric physics...I'm just trying to apply theories I've learned.
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comment Why does thermal resistance go down as temperature goes up?
Then please, what do you think it is?
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answered Which topics & books should I read to understand whirlpool, tornado, hurricane etc.?