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Q: What does the weather map symbol that has semi-circles on a line represent? (see image below) A. cold front B. warm front C. stationary front D. occluded front
A: The meaning of the weather map symbol that has semi-circles and alternating triangles pointing in the same direction on a line represent is A) Cold Front. [ ____________________________The symbol on a weather map for a cold front is a solid line (usually shown in blue) with triangles pointing in the direction of movement and pointing towards the warmer air. ]
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