cold high

cold high

[′kōld ′hī]
(meteorology)
At a given level in the atmosphere, any high that is generally characterized by colder air near its center than around its periphery. Also known as cold anticyclone; cold-core high.
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Leonard said cold high pressure to the region's northeast, combined with a storm track that was just close enough to bring many feet of snow to Central and Eastern Massachusetts, has prevailed since then.
And let's face it, what better time to enjoy an ice cold high quality craft brew than when you're hanging out with friends on a sunny day by the water?
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He said: "They were saying, 'What's the point of walking up and down a cold high street, when you can get everything in one place?
This trough (low pressure area) was leaning back in the upper air with the result that it neutralised much of the impact of the cold high pressure system over the Atlantic.
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He was the one wrapped up against the cold high up in the stand, where few of the crowd, swelled by 10,000, could see him.