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A device that shows which way the wind blows; also called weather vane or wind vane.
The pressure exerted by a vapor when it is confined in space. In meteorology vapor pressure refers exclusively to the pressure of water vapor. When several gases or vapors are mixed together in the same space each one exerts the same pressure as it would if the others were not present; the vapor pressure is that part of the total atmospheric pressure which is due to water vapor.
Inter-diurnal variability is the average difference between successive daily averages of a meteorological element.
Winds that shift in a clockwise direction, a shift caused by a high-pressure system.
An auxiliary scale for estimating fractions of a scale division when the reading to the nearest whole division on the main scale is not sufficiently accurate.
The point of re-curvature, about 20Â° latitude.
Water droplets or ice crystals that fall from high clouds but evaporate before hitting the ground.
The maximum distance at which one can see and identify objects.
The central area of light winds and calms, or within the ring of hurricane force winds.
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