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MetPy Mondays #234 - Orderings Points to Properly Plot Polygons

After parsing polygons, they don't always plot properly. This week we write a function to order those points in counterclockwise order.

MetPy Mondays #232 - Parsing Winds and Temperatures Aloft Forecasts Part 2

This week continue writing a parser for the Aviation Weather Center winds and temperatures aloft forecast. It's time to work out some of the odd quirks of this product.

MetPy Mondays #231 - Parsing Winds and Temperatures Aloft Forecasts Part 1

This week we start writing a parser for the Aviation Weather Center winds and temperatures aloft forecast, learning lots of text parsing tricks along the way.

MetPy Mondays #230 - Plotting Sustained and Gusting Winds

This week we try to match the style of the Aviation Weather Center when plotting sustained and gusting winds.

MetPy Mondays #229 - Mythbusting 5 Ways You've Been Told to Speed Up Your Python Program

We've all had someone assure us that we can easily speed up our program by simply changing out the way we do something. This week we're looking at 5 of the most common assertions we hear and seeing if they hold up.

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