warm high

warm high

[′wȯrm ′hī]
(meteorology)
At a given level in the atmosphere, any high that is warmer at its center than at its periphery. Also known as warm anticyclone; warm-core anticyclone; warm-core high.
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Take a mobile * VISION ON: Make sure you can see phone, but remember you could break down in a 'dead area', so take warm high visibility clothing, hot drinks, food, boots, a torch and shovel - it could be a long walk to a phone.
With August and the start of the Games getting closer, Van Commenee said: 'I was asked recently why it is that athletes have to go abroad for warm weather training now that we have wonderfully warm High Performance Centres in the UK.
Tuesday, the parts of Bulgaria that emerged from the fog got unusually warm highs for January, with thermometers reachin well over 10 degrees Celsius, and two temperature records marked.
Unseasonably warm highs saw Durham reach its hottest ever February temperature on record yesterday at 17.