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Match each surface station model with the best description of the atmospheric conditions represented. Station A A) the lowest temperature of the four models Station B B) the highest wind speed of the four models Station C C) 3/4 cloud cover and a dew point of 55 degrees Station D D) the highest pressure of the four models

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    HELP ME

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    Help pleaseeee

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    I think highest wind speed B will be observed at station C, way out in the ocean. Think of one of those North Atlantic hurricanes blowing in at 170 mph. The lowest temperature, A, is at station A in Georgia. 55 dew points I associate with Station B, the one in Gainesville FL. It's the only 55 I see in the picture, no other reason really. And highest pressure, D, I associate with station D, because it's the only one left. Process of elimination.

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