Definition of weather map in English:

weather map


  • another term for weather chart
    • ‘They check the weather map for all of Europe to see if they can't go somewhere else.’
    • ‘On the TV in the corner, there was the familiar multi-color weather map.’
    • ‘The BBC will introduce a change to the perspective of its new 3D weather map after carefully assessing feedback from viewers.’
    • ‘Those are great storm systems to have on your weather map.’
    • ‘The lower the air pressure and the closer the isobars are on a weather map, the faster the winds will rotate and the bigger the swell will get, resulting in larger waves.’
    • ‘They check the BBC's online weather map to spot torrential rain soaking the UK while it is 106F in Delhi and read up the latest news on the web.’
    • ‘On a weather map, a warm front is denoted by a line with red semicircles pointing in the direction of travel.’
    • ‘This diagram is the same as the one above except that the major pressure and wind zones have been replaced by a typical isobaric weather map.’
    • ‘They then create the color-coded weather maps that you see on our service and also send us the city five day forecasts.’
    • ‘First things first - compare and contrast the BBC's current European weather map with the one for North America.’
    • ‘You'd have to know where Dallas is and how to read a weather map.’
    • ‘Here is the up-to-the-minute Channel 5 weather map.’
    • ‘There's a small semi-circle on the weather map where no snow has fallen.’
    • ‘They become very good amateur meteorologists and can look at a synoptic weather map to see when, and where, they would get the best visibility.’
    • ‘The weather map symbol for a cold front is a blue line with triangles pointing in the direction the cold air is moving.’
    • ‘I opened up my handy weather forecasting program, and looked at the weather map.’
    • ‘The warm front symbol on a weather map marks the warm-cold boundary at the earth's surface.’
    • ‘Where can I obtain a weather map of the USA showing the fronts, etc., published on a particular date?’
    • ‘Global warming is thought to be transforming the weather map of the United Kingdom and recent years have seen a series of floods in southern England.’
    • ‘Further to our earlier posts, the BBC has now altered the projection of their new weather map in order to show more of the north and Scotland.’
    • ‘They were told, for instance, how isobars are plotted on weather maps by the hour, how radiosonde balloons are primed and sent up to make upper air measurements and how ozone levels are monitored.’