METEOROLOGICAL TERMS

Meteorological terms helps us to explain the weather, climate, and phenomena that occurs in our atmosphere. Learn more meteorological terms and how they are used here.
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What is relative humidity and how does it affect how I feel outside?

We hear about humidity in just about every weather report on the nightly news. There are several different ways meteorologists measure humidity, but relative humidity is the most common measurement. What is relative humidity, though? Find out in this

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  • Waterspout

    Waterspout

    Waterspout, a whirlwind over water. Within the waterspout is an area of rising air currents and relatively low pressure. See more »

  • Whirlwind

    Whirlwind

    Whirlwind, a general term for any whirling body of air. The term is most often applied to whirling air created by the swift rising of warm air from near the surface of the earth. See more »

  • Wind

    Wind

    Wind, the movement of air over the earth's surface. The upward movement of air is known as an updraft; movement downward, as a downdraft. See more »

  • Wind Shear

    Wind Shear

    Wind Shear, in meteorology, a difference in the speed or direction of the wind, or in both the wind's speed and direction, at two points a short distance apart. See more »

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