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Some Theoretical Relations between Temperature Pressure
Observed Vertical Temperature Gradients
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absolute temperature absorption adiabatic altitude amount angle anthelion anticyclone appears approximately average barometric centimeter circulation cloud condensation constant cooling cumulo-nimbus cumulus cumulus cloud curve cyclone decrease density dew point direction discharge distance drops dry air earth effect electric elevation equal equation explained extratropical cyclone flow follows force frequently given greater halo heat height hemisphere Hence horizontal humidity increase intensity interzonal inversion isobars kilometers latent heat latitude layer less light mass of air maximum meters per second mountain nearly normal northern hemisphere observations obviously occur parhelic circle particles path plane portion pressure gradient presumably produce radiation radius rain reflection refraction region rotation roughly saturated solar solar radiation sound storm stratosphere summer surface air temperature gradient temperature inversion thunderstorm tion tropical tropical cyclone upper vertical convection warm warmer water vapor wind velocity winter