The typical weather map will overlay the air pressure readings and connect the same pressure numbers into isobars they are the lines the little arrows on the isobars are the wind direction an L represents a low pressure area (usually have rain or precipitation of some sort, and the H represents High pressure areas normally good weather. Hope that helps.
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