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How can I implement the limits to the Skew T plots for the moist and dry adiabats?
I was hoping to set limits for t0 and p and also an alpha value to hopefully let the temp and dew point profiles stand out more.
I can't figure out the correct syntax and any alpha value is not responding.
Thanks for the help!
Posted by Justin Richling on March 20, 2018 at 10:51 AM MDT #
We recommend posting your question on StackOverflow where our developers will answer. You can also send support requests to email@example.com or file an issue on the MetPy github repository. Thanks!
Posted by John Leeman on March 20, 2018 at 11:30 AM MDT #