warm pool

warm pool

[′wȯrm ′pül]
(meteorology)
A region, or pool, of relatively warm air surrounded by colder air; the opposite of a cold pool; commonly applied to warm air of appreciable vertical extent isolated in high latitudes when a cutoff high is formed. Also known as warm-air drop; warm drop.
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Set in a system of barrel-vaulted and domed brick chambers, the Baza baths consisted of a large, warm pool and smaller cold and hot baths, together with an entrance patio and wood store.
will be open all through the year and even when its cold, we will be offering a warm pool destination.
Its spiral effect chocolate-coloured Samantha Lamp base with matching shade, pounds 60 would cast a warm pool of light in a winter room.
An El Nino condition exists when an unusual warm pool of sea-surface temperatures exists over the Pacific in the vicinity of the International Dateline.
The area, called a warm pool, has the highest sea-surface temperature in the world, exceeding 28 C.
Isolated Pacific islands in the warm pool become deluged with rain, and droughts occur in South-East Asia and northern Australia.
in addition, for some physical disabilities a warm pool will actually enable a better range of motion.
This warm pool is closely associated with a combination of intense upward transport in the atmosphere, cloud cover, and rainfall that constitutes a major driving force for global atmospheric circulation.
Unfortunately, our only warm pool is the result of forgetting to let Brutus, our dog, out at night.
While every hot spring provides the glory of bathing in a naturally warm pool, there are unique aspects to each offering.
Wetter conditions prevailed on either side of the warm pool.
And although it was a typically cold November week, the thought of dipping into the warm pool of water with a glass of red wine, looking up at the starry night, was still appealing.