In the old days, when meteorologists were real meteorologists, presenters didn't fancy themselves as celebrities and the public were expected to value education; weather charts used to have isobars and the front lines of air masses, ie "fronts", marked on them instead of sun smiley stickers and the like. Though they do sometimes show radar tracking of rain (and forecasted simulations of this) on modern maps.
This design is a bidirectional, art deco styled, black and white rendition of rather compressed symbols for warm and cold fronts. In the current orientation, the cold fronts are approaching from the poles while the warm fronts are equatorial. However, I think people would want to avoid air masses with that many conjoined twin tornados or hurricanes inside them. It's really just decoration.
This one prints clearly down to a 4 inch repeat from its original 12 inch size. So it can easily be available at any size in between on request - or in the other orientation. It would also be possible to recolour it to something other than black and white. You can even ask for a combination of several designs together.
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