For the picture below, how do you draw the arrows that represent the wind patterns that we would expect to happen?
EXERCISE 14 PROBLEMS – PARTIThe two maps shown are pressure maps for the United States ( pressure is shown in millibars ) . Thetop map ( a ) shows the isobars at an altitude of 2500 meters ( 8000 feet ) . The bottom map ( b ) showsthe surface pressure .On each map , use a colored pencil to draw 1 centimeter ( / 2 inch ) long arrows to show the windpattern you would expect to observe . Align the arrows in their proper relationship to the isobarsUse 8 to 12 arrows for each map . Remember , in the upper atmosphere all wind is geostrophic ,whereas near the surface , none is geostrophic .8980ogg704708gto( a ) Upper AtmospherePressure(HteaFROWN70764020-+02440081020)TookFood( b ) SurfaceHPressure81Copyright @ 2017 Pearson Education , Inc .