Important: All the indicated times are UCT: add +1 hour during Winter and +2 hours during Summer.
- First box: the different colours represent the humidity inside an air column from the soil to 5500 mt. If a black line is depicted, the formation of a cloud is likely.
- Second box: the purple line indicates the estimated altitude of the cloud base in case cumuliform clouds are expected.
- Third box: the red line indicates the estimated altitude of the cloud base of generic clouds (not cumuliform clouds)
- 4 following boxes: they show in percentage the presence of clouds (total, high-level, mid-level, low-level clouds).
- Bottom box: it displays the expected precipitations forecast
- First box: the colours indicate the temperatures inside an air column from the soil to 3000 mt.
- 6 following boxes: they show the temperatures measured every 200 metres. In normal conditions, the blue line remains under the red line. If not, homothermic or thermic inversion conditions are present, preventing the airflow to rise (absence of instability or thermals).
- Bottom box: the black line shows the altitude of the freezing level (the altitude where the temperature is 0°C).
WIND, PRESSURE AND THERMAL METEOGRAM
- First box: it shows the vectors (arrows, direction and intensity) inside the air column from the soil to 5500 mt. The longer the arrow, the stronger the wind.
- Second box: the purple line indicates the variation of the atmospheric pressure at the sea level.
- Third box: the red line indicates the average speed (meters per second) of the dry thermal calculated considering both the solar radiation and the thermal gradient.
- 5 following boxes: they show the direction and speed of wind at an altitude of 10 mt, 750 mt, 1500 mt, 2000 mt and 3000 mt. The barbs indicate its direction and average intensity. The blue line indicates the intensity of the maximum wind gust.