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Pressure Areas Frontal  Weather The  atmosphere  can  produce weather  in  other  ways,  of course,  but  frontal  weather, which  is  often  violent,  can  be predicted  from  a  chart  of pressure   systems.   Figure   10-5 shows  different  types  of pressure  areas  on  a  weather chart. Isobars Figure  10-5.  Sample  weather  map. Atmospheric  pressure  is  reported  in  millibars.  One  atmosphere  equals 14.696  pounds  per  square  inch,  a  bar  equals  slightly  more  than  0.98 atmosphere,  and  a  millibar  equals  1/1000  of  a  bar. On  weather  charts,  pressure  is  usually  indicated  in  millibars (fig.  10-6).  The  lines  shown  in  the  figure  are  drawn  through  points  of equal  pressure  and  are  called  isobars. Figure   10-6.   Shapes   of   isobars. 10-13

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