raw weather


Also found in: Thesaurus.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.raw weather - unpleasantly cold and damp weather
bad weather, inclemency, inclementness - weather unsuitable for outdoor activities
References in classic literature ?
I am positive I have eat thirty times as much within these last twenty-four hours as your honour, and yet I am almost famished; for nothing makes a man so hungry as travelling, especially in this cold raw weather.
A spell of raw weather will take charge with a risk of snow for many parts of the country as winds turn easterly.
the president asked a crowd of family, former aides and political dignitaries of both parties under a tent in raw weather just outside the doors of the Edward M.
Raw weather - with freezing temperatures, sleet and hail showers - is forecast for the event, which was boosted by the announcement that Paula Radcliffe, the Olympian and marathon world record holder, would be among the 80 torchbearers.
What's missing from an alternative briefing--and what we've lost in the process--is a professional on the other end of the phone able and willing to help us interpret all the raw weather data.
If it weren't for the stabilizing effect of soil, ancestral plants could never have survived the fierce, raw weather of primordial Earth.
Family members of Marvin Himmel and his wife, Sandra Francisconi, braved Saturday's raw weather, salvaging household items from the burned-out shell of the couple's west Eugene home.
He learned his first local lesson in the fall of 1993 when he stepped off a plane in nearby Yakima in shorts, into raw weather.