muggy


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muggy

(of weather, air, etc.) unpleasantly warm and humid

muggy

[′məg·ē]
(meteorology)
Referring to warm and especially humid weather.
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Kontaveit was bidding to reach the last eight of a grand slam for the first time and the 22-year-old had victory in her grasp when she took the first set and broke twice to lead 4-1 in the second set on a muggy day alongside the Yarra river.
Major drawbacks have been weak or obvious storylines, muggy colors, less than memorable visuals, too talky scripts, and insufficient funding and production time.
So it would seem the Indian summer has truly arrived and has brought with it muggy temperatures.
LAHORE -- A heavy rain continued on Thursday in the city, ridding people of extremely muggy weather of the past few days.
The ants emerge from the soil around this time when the air is sticky and muggy.
Parts of the city are noticeably gripped by poor air quality on warm, muggy days.
People in rural areas are suffering 16 to 18 hours of load shedding amid warm and muggy weather.
LAHORE -- Cities are facing 12 hours of powers cuts while loadshedding is carried for 15 hours in rural areas as hot and muggy weather prevails in many parts of the country, Local TV reported.
The center back headed Toni Kroos' free kick in off the underside of the bar in the 13th minute in one of the few chances created in muggy conditions at Maracana stadium.
Summary: With temperatures hotting up in the UAE last week, the heavy rain witnessed across the country on Saturday was a welcome relief for many of the emirates' residents, with the downpour clearing the muggy, humid air.
NNA - Tomorrow's (Tuesday) weather will be cloudy to muggy and chances for fog forming up on elevations and coupling with a further drop in temperature according to Beirut Airport -based Meteorology Department forecast.