Air currents over the British Isles, 1863

Air currents over the British Isles, 1863

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Caption: Air currents over the British Isles. 19th-century chart showing air currents over the British Isles. The chart shows how storms and cyclones develop on the border between warm tropical and cold polar air masses. The chart is from 'The Weather Book: a manual of practical meteorology' (1863) by British naval officer and meteorologist Robert Fitzroy (1805-1865).

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