weather signal


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weather signal

[′weth·ər ‚sig·nəl]
(meteorology)
A visual signal displayed to indicate a weather forecast.
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Health care isn't the only industry in which key players ignore heavy weather signals.
20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As leaves fall and colder weather signals the start-up of furnaces across Michigan, Consumers Energy urges residents to protect themselves against carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.
Good weather signals outdoor eating and drinking and, whether you're having a barbie or planning a more elaborate al fresco feast, there's nothing like a glass of chilled, beer with a meal.
Hibernating tortoises who've survived this month's confusing weather signals may well be as hard as their shells, but you can make sure at the British Chelonia Society Tortoise MOT health-check clinic at Birmingham Nature Centre, Cannon Hill Park, on April 18.
DALLAS, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The warmer weather signals the start of the season when your home can be more vulnerable to a break in.
Additionally, the arrival of winter weather signals that time is limited to help survivors, thus increasing the need for immediate relief.
Warmer weather signals the beginning of spring cleaning, gardening, barbecues and campfires -- all fun family occasions that might pose a threat to Pets.
SEATTLE, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- As warmer weather signals the re-emergence of mosquitoes, raising the possibility of the spread of West Nile virus to Western Washington, Puget Sound Blood Center announced that it will implement a West Nile screening test by mid-July.