meteorologic, meteorological, meteoricadjective
of or pertaining to atmospheric phenomena, especially weather and weather conditions
"meteorological factors"; "meteorological chart"; "meteoric (or meteorological) phenomena"
Of or pertaining to meteorology.
The trip was postponed because the meteorological conditions were so bad.
of or pertaining to the atmosphere and its phenomena, or to meteorology
Etymology: [Gr. : cf. F. mtorologique.]
Relating to meteorology.
The meteorological conditions were very balanced.Submitted by MaryC on March 2, 2020
The numerical value of meteorological in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of meteorological in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
It was literally stuck underneath a warm layer of air just above. In the meteorological world, this is referred to as an inversion when the temperature actually warms with height (as opposed to it cooling with a rise in altitude).
Hydro-meteorological services are badly strained in Africa, but we need to go beyond just providing equipment for forecasting and data processing - we also need to take care of training of personnel and maintenance of infrastructure.
Weather radar and also satellite are the only meteorological tools for us to monitor the tropical cyclones or some other weather( approaching) from the south of Ray Kong.
As of Saturday, a female bear has practically been sleeping under the Arctic station’s windows, part of the hydro-meteorological observations have been suspended since the experts are obstructed from reaching the station platform and other observation points.
So far, the eruption has been slightly less serious (than in 2011) and the meteorological conditions have been good, meaning the ashes are remaining suspended in the air.
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