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Is that it? The map is kinda hard to read...
its all blank.

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it has nothing typed on it.
It seem like there are arrows at the bottom.
Looks like a pressure system.
let me try to zoom in.
Is this what you want: http://www.fas.org/irp/imint/docs/rst/Sect14/airmasses_schem.jpg
I believe so. I cannot really see any arrows, but you are smart and therefore must be right:D
The map I provided shows the U.S. Air masses. Not the pressure system. But as you can see in my map too it has arrows :)
Then, I think it is:D
So, how do I answer the arrow?
the arrow, the question? lol
The arrow just shows (in this case) where the air masses move/are located.
Can u show me how to write the answer please on my screenshot?
Sure one second :)
thanks!!!
Okay I did two examples: Pretty much just follow this: http://www.fas.org/irp/imint/docs/rst/Sect14/airmasses_schem.jpg
tnx ! ill label it just like that!
Yup ^_^.
one sec. ill show u how i labeled in one min k
?
Okay.
Nvm, I think I did pretty good. AND THANK U!
i have some more
Okay. Sure.
THANKS!
Merci
:D
Obrigado

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