Can someone who is familiar with Braille punch out the polar points of the North Atlantic charts so that they can be read as Braille. I am not expecti ng a revelation of some heavenly code, just assuming the key points will be recognisable in the way that weather is.
Storm systems conform to regular patterns across their respective charts. E ach location according to the relative climate. But each system tends to ke ep a relative distance one from the other. I wonder if someone familiar wi th Braille or Morse can adjust to reading them.
A particularly interesting pattern develops over the North Atlantic, follow ing a volcanic eruption. The weather type produced is particularly bright a nd sunny and the polar points or air masses dot the page with tens of small high and low systems.
These charts for example tend to fill with dots like dandruff following a s pate of particularly depressing weather such as today's:
The code for sighted people is a blue "cold front" crossing the ocean and h itting European shores a day or so later the chart shows too many high and low systems to count easily.
I wonder if a blind person would be able to read them with help?