- pertaining to meteorology or to phenomena of the atmosphere or weather.
Origin of meteorological
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Examples from the Web for meteorological
As Sandy approached landfall six months ago, news media struggled to decide what to call the meteorological phenomenon.
Simpler terminology would be helpful, especially for people more concerned about immediate flooding than meteorological nuances.
The thought was this: could it possibly be that 10/29 proves to be in any sense the meteorological equivalent of 9/11?New York City’s Sandy Disaster: A Meteorological 9/11?
October 30, 2012
Tampa, and the Republican convention, may have dodged a meteorological bullet.Why Tropical Storm Isaac Could Blow Away Mitt Romney’s Convention Moment
August 27, 2012
We even have a tendency to portray politicians whom we hope will be redemptive in meteorological terms.Apocalypse When?
August 28, 2011
Meteorological "wisdom-words" for instance, are quite common.
Bishop Michaud attempts to correlate it with meteorological observations.The Book of the Damned
As a mariner, he knew how sudden can be meteorological changes on the coast in winter.Blow The Man Down
At Angra and Ponta Delgada there are meteorological stations.
He knew no names like these, and naught of meteorological potency.The Riddle Of The Rocks
Charles Egbert Craddock (AKA Mary Noailles Murfree)
Word Origin and History for meteorological
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