All weather is under the influence of climate change now because all weather is being born into a warmer, moister environment.
All weather is now born into an environment that is warmer and moister because of man-made greenhouse-gas pollution.
On the opposite side of the Empire, in Syria and Palestine, a moister, and on the whole a cooler climate prevails.
The former is more suited to the moister soils and wherever there is danger of root-rot, and the latter to the drier soils.
Fahr., but it is a dry, healthy heat that is not as uncomfortable as the lower temperatures in moister climates.
Richer, moister ground nourishes this fortunate offspring of the scrub pine.
The potato requires a cooler climate and moister soil than our latitude affords.
Climate dry, and cold not so penetrating as in moister regions further east.
The tree also grows in moister ground, generally bordering swamps.
Light mists are formed; they may frequently be seen rising and spreading out over the warmer or moister spots.
late 14c., "moist, wet; well-irrigated," from Old French moiste "damp, wet, soaked" (13c., Modern French moite), from Vulgar Latin *muscidus "moldy," also "wet," from Latin mucidus "slimy, moldy, musty," from mucus "slime" (see mucus). Alternative etymology [Diez] is from Latin musteus "fresh, green, new," literally "like new wine," from musteum "new wine" (see must (n.1)). If this wasn't the source, it influenced the form of the other word in Old French. Related: Moistly; moistness.