What kinds of weather do Occluded and Stationary Fronts bring?
Occluded fronts are a form of cold front. Their weather often mimics that of a cold front, perhaps being a bit less severe. Stationary fronts can bring nearly any kind of weather.
If you were able to record the positions of either (or both) of these fronts, formulate your hypothesis like you did for the other types of fronts. Confirm your hypothesis by analyzing other maps which show the types of weather conditions that were present when either of these two fronts were nearby.
When you're sure, prepare your report to the Editor, using the Format Guidelines for your submission.
Your report should include at least two maps.