anticyclone

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Antonyms for anticyclone

(meteorology) winds spiraling outward from a high pressure center

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Taking the present meteorological situation into consideration (in the absence of a cyclonic activity), the atmospheric pressure increase and anticyclones arrival to the observation point in 4-5 days was predicted using the criterion of +40 imp/h.
Lower DO levels were observed within anticyclones, fronts, and the open ocean (6.
This fact likely reflects the relatively calm conditions occurring in the region of anomalously cold surface anticyclones that compose the climatology of early-opening years (Fig.
September is often drier than any of the summer months, in fact, there is often a period of settled weather as anticyclones keep the unsettled low pressure systems at bay.
They describe the energy cycle, temperature, water in the atmosphere, global-scale winds, atmospheric-ocean interactions, air masses and fronts, extratropical cyclones and anticyclones, thunderstorms and tornadoes, small-scale winds, weather forecasting, past and present climates, and human influences on climate.
Particularly, during summer, anticyclones (high pressure areas) when the easterly breezes which brings sea-fog to resorts like Scarborough, are actually as warm and dry as continental wind flows by the time they reach here.
Differences in temperatures on land and sea at the coast on warm, sunny days lead to sea breezes but winds also blow out from high-pressure regions or anticyclones, and into low-pressure regions or depressions.
Wragge gave anticyclones, which bring good weather, the names of people he liked and he named the depressions that bring bad weather after politicians he disliked.
Blocking anticyclones are large scale phenomena which have long been of interest to the meteorology community.
The giant storms, or anticyclones, known as BC and DE, had persisted for 58 years at a latitude of 33 [degrees] S.
The book includes a number of new data obtained in recent years, in particular material relating to the recently discovered new structures in spiral galaxies: giant anticyclones, cyclones and slow bars.
Migratory anticyclones brought sunny weather to these regions mainly in the spring and fall.