Skew-T Simplified, Pt. 2

Last month we covered a basic review of these detailed, informative charts. Now, let’s try to apply that knowledge by looking at the Skew-Ts for two unusual accidents.

Last month, we took a close look at Skew-T (sounding) diagrams and how they’re constructed. To refresh your memory, Skew-T’s are simply diagrams showing a vertical profile of temperature and moisture at a given station at a given time. The up direction is increasing altitude, and the right-hand direction is increasing temperature or moisture. The […]
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