extratropical


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ex·tra·trop·i·cal

 (ĕk′strə-trŏp′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, occurring in, or characteristic of a region lying outside the tropics.

extratropical

(ˌɛkstrəˈtrɒpɪkəl)
adj
(Physical Geography) occurring or forming outside the tropics, esp of meteorological phenomena
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It also said the storm is expected to weaken into an extratropical depression off the Sea of Japan in the evening, but warned of continued heavy rain in eastern Japan through Thursday, which could trigger landslides and floods.
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Major extratropical cyclones of the northwest United States: historical review, climatology, and synoptic environment.
2000) submitted that stratospheric ozone depletion and GHG warming may both be producing increased meridional temperature gradients in the extratropical lower stratosphere and upper troposphere, and thus acting synergistically to produce surprisingly large trends in both surface and stratospheric climate.
The FSD is simply the day of year (DOY) when the first tropical cyclone of the yearly hurricane season (conventionally defined as June 1-November 30) attains a 1-min sustained wind speed of at least tropical storm strength, excluding those times when the storm might have been characterized as being extratropical in nature.
He describes the events leading up to this upswing as follows: Sea-surface temperatures started to rise unusually quickly in the extratropical North Pacific already in January 2014.
Weather observers have warned marine vessels to be cautious of the weather conditions in the Bering Sea and Alaska's Aleutian Islands in the next few days triggered by extratropical typhoon Nuri.
The storm then trekked swiftly northward, weakening as it passed by Cape Cod and Nantucket before transitioning into an extratropical cyclone and coming ashore at Meteghan on July 5.
Extratropical cyclone variability in the Northern Hemisphere winter from the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis data.
In the Italian island of Sardinia, extratropical storm named Ruven brought more than 385 millimeters (15 inches) of rain in less than 24 hours, killing at least 18 people.
Just as the violent extratropical cyclone was about to besiege Britain, Fish announced: "Well, if you're watching, don't worry, there isn't (a hurricane)
Typhoon Wipha, which stayed offshore in the Pacific before scaling back into an extratropical cyclone at 3 p.