The Elements

Four static wavy lines depict the blowing wind. The top two lines fade to right and the bottom two fade to left representing turbulence.

Two droplet shapes, one outlined and the other solid but smaller within. The center shape fills from the bottom up. The fillinvng motion represents the measurement of humidity.

An outlined eye shape with a solid circle in the center serving as the pupil. The eye opens and closes, revealing the pupil. This represents visibility.

Solid circles of various sizes with the largest circle in the center. The circles fade in from the center representing condensation. The reverse represents evaporation.

Three concentric circles of varying widths and fills, with a thick arch and a divne to form a gauge. The moving needle indicates changing pressure.

A star shape with thirty points. The second radius is approximately twice the distance of the first. The rotation represents energy (radiation).