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Skew-T Log-P Diagrams


Use Skew-T Log-P Diagrams to learn the current temperature and relative humidity at any altitude,
what altitudes are likely to form clouds, storms, whether tempratures will cause rain, snow, freezing levels, etc.

Available Skew-T Log-P Diagrams
NOAA Skew-T Log-P home page

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Millibars to Altitude conversion   (standard pressure)
    1013 mb = 0000'     0875 mb = 4000'     0753 mb = 8000'
    0977 mb = 1000'     0843 mb = 5000'     0724 mb = 9000'
    0942 mb = 2000'     0812 mb = 6000'     0697 mb = 10K'
    0908 mb = 3000'     0782 mb = 7000'
Other webpages with Skew-T Log-P information
Explanation of Skew-T Log-P Diagrams
Vertical Motion of Air and Stability
AOPA - Skew-T Basics
NOAA main webpage for Skew-T Log-P Diagrams
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    CAPE - Convective Available Potential Energy
    Adiabatic Temperature
    LFC - Level of Free Convection
    EL - Equilibrium Level

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