The diagram below shows how the Australian Bureau of Meteorology collects up-to-the-minute information on weather in order to produce reliable forcasts.
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.
You should write at least 150 words.
Last-minute information on weather is elaborately collected by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, whose responsibility is to produce accurate forecasts. The incoming information is obtained in the computer from 3 different sources: satellites, radars and drifting buoys. Satellites would take satellite photos and send them to a connected computer on the Earth. The others, radars and drifting buoys, send information through radar screen and synoptic charts respectively.
After being received by the computer, information is analysed and caculated by weather experts. Those photos and charts is thoroughly examined in order to draw appropriate conclusions about weather in the forthcoming time. Weather forecasts is then edited and sent to the media.
The media is in charge of broadcasting the information on weather. This can be done in a number of forms, the most outstanding of which includes TV news, radios or recorded announcements.