Winds at 700 hPa at the 24th hour for North America refers to the predicted wind direction and speed at a pressure level of 700 hPa, which is located in the middle troposphere (approximately 3,000 meters or 10,000 feet above the Earths surface). The winds are presented in knots (kt), and the direction is given in degrees from true north. Winds with magnitude of more than 20 kt are marked in shades of red. At this level, the wind speed and direction can influence the movement and development of weather systems such as storms, fronts, and high-pressure systems.The depiction also shows the temperature along with the wind barb on the grid points at 700 hPa. Along with the wind speed (kt) and direction, upper air temperatures (Deg C) are also shown at the grid points over the  North American Region at 700 hPa level for the next ten days.

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