How are front boundries depicted on a weather map?

Answer

Streamlines on a weather map depict the wind flow. They are also referred to as flow lines, and they are quite useful for reading wind patterns in tropical areas. Front boundaries on a weather map are depicted as solid purple line with alternating triangles and semi-circles.
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