Weather signal

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1.Any signal giving information about the weather. The system used by the United States Weather Bureau includes temperature, cold or hot wave, rain or snow, wind direction, storm, and hurricane signals.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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If one radial is identified as bad, we can remove it and interpolate weather signal from neighboring radials.
The return to school and the hope for cooler weather signal the opening day of dove season, the first hunting period of the upcoming seasons, which inspires celebration, camaraderie, and shotgun shooting artistry.
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Given the effect of weather on all aspects of military operations and its status as the medium through which SBR will operate, perhaps the strongest argument one can make is that the SBR program cannot meet its goal of "develop[ing] an integrated and interoperable architecture for theater and national information management" without incorporating weather signal processing.
County police boss Marius Tum told fishermen to avoid the lake when the weather signals danger.
Experts said the sudden change in weather signals the start of an early autumn - with heavy, blustery showers expected and up to 20mm of rain falling in places.
And today's weather signals the start of a washout week - with the Met Office forecasting frequent rain for most of the country.
While weather is not a direct indication of climate change, the accumulating increase in severe weather signals an overall climate shift that's creating powerful storms more frequently.