wet climate

wet climate

[′wet ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
A climate whose vegetation is of the rainforest type. Also known as rainforest climate.
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This new hardy variety of blight-resistant tomato can be grown locally by gardeners, allotment holders and market gardeners even in our wet climate.
These molecules control the climate, so following them allows us to understand the history of Mars over the last four billion years and to track the change from a warm and wet climate to the cold, dry climate we see today.
Church in Wales property services chief Alex Glanville said: "Yew trees have survived in Wales better than anywhere else because of our wet climate and lower light levels.
While it is easy to feel down about the damp conditions, it is important to remember that we live in a country that has always had a wet climate.
Unfortunately, due to the virulent nature of this disease in our wet climate and the way that it spreads, we know we cannot eradicate P ramorum from Wales.
H&H's Andrew Jamieson said: "SRC willow grows quickly and Cumbria's warm and wet climate is ideal for it.
Reuters has reported, citing a Volkswagen spokesperson, that the gearbox problems regarding the seven-speed transmission were due to Japan's hot and wet climate, extreme stop-start traffic and pollution typical of some Asian cities.
A wet climate in Western Europe, parched weather in Western Australia and the potential impact of an El Nino, a climate pattern of increased warmth that occurs in the tropical Pacific Ocean roughly every five years, are likely to crimp global wheat supply further, the report indicated.
The results show for a 200 year long period strongly increased springtime winds during a period of cool and wet climate in Europe.
CARPET The present unrelenting cold and wet climate can only further intimidate anewly-arrived touring West Indies, who are but a pale shadow of previous teams who disembarked bristling with aggressive venom and talent.
Also, what happens when an operator is in the field doing his checks and services under unusual conditions, like a wet climate or below-zero temperatures?
Cannabis remains the most commonly-used illicit drug in Ireland but cannot be grown outdoors because of our wet climate.