Here's a sample wind plot, for August 5, 1999:
The top row is Caldwell, the middle row Boise, the bottom row Mountain Home. The "spear" shows the direction the wind is blowing (with the usual map convention - north is up, east right, etc.), and is sized according to the wind speed. For gust reports, there's another arrowhead, floating beyond the spear (the left-most Mtn. Home observation has one).
In between Boise and Mtn. Home, there's a timeline from midnight to noon, and below Mtn. Home's row, there's a scale indicator for the windspeed. Next down is a line graph of the reported temperatures for the three stations, using the same colors for each station as above. And finally, a plot of the reported barometric pressure at each station, in inches of Mercury.
Tom von Alten tva_∂t_fortboise_⋅_org