Met Office Web Weather Icons

  SillBill 07 Feb 13
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I've been racking my brain for days trying to figure out what that square with the 3 horizontal lines represents. All the other icons are self explanatory. Anyone put me out of my misery?

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/guide/warnings.html#wp

  Flak999 07 Feb 13
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Fog!

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

Really?

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

I never would have guessed it!

  Forum Editor 07 Feb 13

Just scroll down to 'Weather types' and it tells you.

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

I suppose it is like the demister element on the rear window?

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

I thought I had scrolled, guess I missed it!

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

Forum Edidor

The five weather types are not in the same order as the icons in the grid.

  Forum Editor 07 Feb 13

SillBill

The five weather types are not in the same order as the icons in the grid.

No, but with respect a five year old could work it out by a process of elimination.

  SillBill 07 Feb 13

Well I'm not a 5 year old and I bleeding didn't. Thanks for sharing that.

  Aitchbee 07 Feb 13

Perhaps an 'eye' with an 'X' superimposed, would have been a more intuitive bad visibility / fog warning.

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