What essential weather information can you glean from a 500-millibar weather map?
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Congratulations to Sylvia Hanna, Stuart, FL who correctly identified a gollywobbler. “A gollywobbler is a four-sided reaching and running sail that is flown in light airs aboard a schooner. It flies between the top of the main mast and the fore mast. The tack runs to a block half way up the foremast and sheet leads aft to a block on the stern quarter.”