I am wearing my (winter) white Graham Spencer motorcycle leather jacket with London camouflage cargo skinnies and the departmental T-shirt. When the departmental T-shirts were offered I bought one with short sleeves for warmer days and one with long sleeves for cooler days. When temperatures drop by 10F Ior so would wear this outfit using the long sleeves T-shirt. When they drop another 10F or so I would wear this outfit under a coat. At the moment, the leather jacket is just for commute, but in winter it will serve as a top over another top.
The T-shirt features a schematic view of the air mass movement in an extra-tropical cyclone. It displays how the warm air mass moves northward and gets lifted over the aged cold air to the east and the even colder cold air in the west that moves southwards and towards the warmer air mass. The cold air mass approaching from the west moves faster than the warm air mass. Finally, the warm air mass is totally detached from the ground. At this point, meteorologist speak of an occlusion.
Photos: G. Kramm (2013)
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