squall


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Squall lines during the turn of the century were studied in terms of their barometric characteristics, but by the 1920s they were linked to the Norwegian cyclone model, which provided one of the first modern, consistent, and three-dimensional pictures of weather systems.
Simulated squall lines developing in horizontally homogeneous environments are more sensitive to small initial perturbations on scales of 100 km than to larger perturbations on smaller scales.
On the evidence of Courting The Squall, that's not likely to be the case for Elbow.
At least 35 vehicles were involved in two separate pileups on Interstate 93 after some fast-moving snow squalls caused whiteout conditions Friday morning.
A massive squall came through, a lot of boats went over.
A sharp, unexpected squall of wind lasting up to two minutes and topping 20 knots flared and overturned three dinghies.
light flutter more like the squall we had in April, sudden.
A tall ship carrying 64 students and staff was lost in a squall off Brazil because the crew didn't understand the risk of a knockdown, transportation safety officials say.
I put mine out listening to their Come On, Die Young album many moons ago, leaping up from the sofa to turn the stereo down just as one particular lilting passage morphed into a teeth-curdled squall of industrial feedback.
The squall line was 1,000 kilometres long and 200 kilometres wide, and the associated winds reached speeds of up to 145km/h, uprooting and snapping trees in the storm's path.
They have joined forces for five winners from 11 runners so look out for Squall (6.
Jalpaiguri (WB), May 28 (ANI): A strong squall struck West Bengal's Jalpaiguri region, leaving scores of people homeless.
The Farr 1104 sailed through a 35 to 40-knot rain squall (some boats recorded gusts of 48 knots) to convincingly take out the iconic race, sailed on 2 January each year on Hobart's River Derwent in the wake of the ocean races from Sydney, Melbourne and Launceston.
Try that in a squall in Scotland, and the chances are you'll take off.
More than 80 sailors were thrown into the Wash when a squall hit during the event off Hunstanton, Norfolk, on Saturday.