Bermuda high

Bermuda high

[bər′myüd·ə ¦hī]
(meteorology)
The semipermanent subtropical high of the North Atlantic Ocean, especially when it is located in the western part of that ocean area.
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0 grade point average after completing the International Baccalaureate Diploma at Bermuda High School.
The highs we are most familiar with in the US are the Bermuda High (30N 40W) and the North Pacific High (35N 150W), both of which span thousands of miles.
I said in the office this morning (Friday) we're having a Bermuda high," she said.
Recently, the top surface of the centre ' square', comprising nine pitches, was relaid Bermuda High Breed grass was planted.
Andrew has risen through the ranks of the company and is currently chairman of WIN Corporation, while Genevieve has recently graduated as Dux of her Bermuda high school and will study film and media in the U.
According to AccuWeather Meteorologist Eric Wanenchak, both storms tracked to the south of the United States because of a ridge of high pressure known as the Bermuda High.
This, combined with a strong Bermuda High oriented well to the east, kept the storms that did form over the open ocean and come nowhere near the U.
After crossing the Stream, the yachts are in warmer water and are able to reach toward the island if the typical Bermuda high pressure system is established.
The appeal judges reserved their ruling on whether the request to the Bermuda High Court over the Dragon Trust should be withdrawn.
The appeal judges reserved their ruling on whether or not the request to the Bermuda High Court to question the Dragon trustees and solicitors should be withdrawn.
Called the Bermuda High, the ridge last year prevented hurricanes from turning north and forced them towards Florida.
The Southeastern summertime precipitation regime is dominated by a Bermuda High.

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