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Table 2-1. Horizontal Distance

Table 2-2. Virtual Temperature (Degrees Celsius)

Table 2-3. Standard Conditions at Ballistic Zone Midpoint

Table 2-4. Standard Conditions at Computer Zone Midpoint

Table 2-5. True Surface Density (Percent of Standard)

Table 2-6. Departures From Mean Surface Density (Percent)

Table 2-7. Wind Speed at Surface (Knots), 15-Second Reading, and Wind Speed for Zone 1 (Knots), 54-Second Reading, 30-Gram Balloon

Table 2-8. Wind Speed at Surface (Knots), 10-Second Reading, and Wind Speed for Zone 1 (Knots), 36-Second Reading, 100-Gram Balloon

Table 2-9. Wind Weighting Factors (Type 3 Message)

Table 2-10. Weighted Wind Speeds (Type 3 Message)

Table 2-11. Fahrenheit to Celsius Temperatures

Table 2-12. Feet to Meters Conversion

Table 2-13. Mils to Degrees Conversion

Table 4-1. Na--Total Amount of Cloud Cover

Table 4-2. D--Direction Form Which Surface Wind is Blowing

Table 4-3. F--Force of Surface Wind (Beaufort Scale)

Table 4-4. V--Visibility at Surface

Table 4-5. w--Present Weather and Obstructions to Vision

Table 4-6. A'-- Amplification of Phenomenon Reported by w

Table 4-7. R--State of Road in Vicinity of Observation Point

Table 4-8. T--State of Terrain Prevailing in Vicinity of Observation Point

Table 4-9. A--State of Water Surface

Table 4-10. Nh--Amount of Cloud Reported at Height ha

Table 4-11. ha--Height of the Lowest Cloud Layer Above the Observation Point

Table 4-12. Hs--Average Height of Breakers

Table 4-13. Ps--Period of Breakers (Seconds)

Table 4-14. Dw--Direction of Approach of Waves to Beach

Table 4-15. Ws--Width of Surf Zone

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