rainband


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rainband

(ˈreɪnˌbænd)
n
(Astronomy) a dark band in the solar spectrum caused by water in the atmosphere
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Hanna's outer rainband is still expected to bring moderate to heavy rains and gusty winds over these areas until Friday.
Scouting For Girls will headline the second day of the festival, along with BBC2/BBC 1Xtra DJ Trevor Nelson, and local musicians The Rainband.
Due to the modulation from monsoon, the rainband in East China exhibits clearly seasonal north-south migration.
Also appearing on the bill will be former The Voice winner Mo Adeniran and This Is England star-turned-DJ Thomas Turgoose, The Rainband, Stillia, Man and the Echo, The RPMs, Slydigs and Caro and Friends of Our Youth.
With live music from local 50s swing band The Debonaires and four-piece Manchester guitar group The Rainband, there will also be plenty for families to enjoy, including a giant birthday cake and bouncy castle.
He was seen piped up as he met Manchester indie rockers The Rainband with his boss Roberto Mancini.
They are co-headlining a tour with The Rainband at the O2 Academy tonight.
Moisture transport by the southwesterly flow along the western rim of the North Pacific Subtropical High (NPSH) feeds the rainband [5, 6].
Cayanan said while Metro Manila is far from the center of Urduja, the cyclone's outer spiral rainband could still reach the capital.
The gig, which kicks off at 12pm, will include sets from Manchester indie four-piece The Rainband, who appeared at Glastonbury in June, PSYBLINGS, who played the Viola Beach celebration event with The Coral and Courteeners earlier this year, and Ellie Dibben, who was a support act at last year's Warrington Festival alongside Viola Beach.
These instruments will measure eyewall and rainband winds and precipitation using a Doppler radar and other microwave sensors called the High-altitude Imaging Wind and Rain Airborne Profiler (HIWRAP), High-Altitude MMIC Sounding Radiometer (HAMSR) and Hurricane Imaging Radiometer (HIRAD).
"This frontal rainband moved northwards through Leinster and Ulster, bringing over 12 hours of continuous heavy rainfall."