Upper Level Winds

Upper Level Winds RSS Feed

Generally, the wind speeds and directions at various levels in the atmosphere above the domain of surface weather observations, as determined by any of the methods of winds-aloft observation.


Definition source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


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