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ICE ACCRETIONHAZARD OF SIGNIFICANCE
WIND WAVES AND SWELL
SIMPLE FORECASTING METHODS AND RULES
air currents air mass air temperature anticyclones arctic Atlantic atmospheric pressure barometer BEAUFORT FORCE blow broadcasts changes charts clouds coast coastal cold air cold front colder cooling Courtesy of R. K. cP air cumulus decreases dew point direction earth's atmosphere earth's surface feet forecast freezing frontal surface heat high pressure higher horizontal hurricane or typhoon hurricanes and typhoons ice accretion inches increases isobars ITCZ land latitudes layer lower marine mercury meteorological meteorologists millibars moisture move mT air National Weather Service nautical miles NOAA North Pacific northern hemisphere occur ocean percent polar precipitation R. K. Pilsbury radiation radio rain result rotation ships shown in figure snow source region southern storm stratus summer swell thunderstorm tion tropical cyclones typhoon usually vertical warm air warm front warmer warnings water vapor wave height weather fronts weather map wind speed winter