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**meteogram** is a graphical presentation of one or more meteorological variables with respect to time,
whether observed or forecast, for a particular location.
There is no rigid definition of which variables must be included. Two examples are the

** Wikipedia Meteogram**
and the

**GrADS Meteogram**.

meteo_1.ncl:
Demonstrates a how to create a meteogram.

This meteogram consists of five plots. The first three are overlaid onto
each other and the last two are separate. It is necessary to treat
each plot separately with its own resource list. Since each of the
resulting three plots is of different sizes, they can not be panelled
using
**gsn_panel**.
Instead, their positions are hard-wired using coordinates and height and
width information.

A Python version of the scatter plot projection is available here.

meteo_2.ncl:
The same as

**meteo_1.ncl** except that the x-axes are attached using the graphical resource:

**gsnAttachPlotsXAxis**.