extratropical cyclone


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extratropical cyclone

[¦ek·strə¦träp·i·kəl ′sī‚klōn]
(meteorology)
Any cyclone-scale storm that is not a tropical cyclone. Also known as extratropical low; extratropical storm.
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The AIR Inland Flood Model for Central Europe and the AIR Extratropical Cyclone Model for Europe are currently available in the Touchstone[sup.[R]], Touchstone ReEo, and CATRADER[sup.[R]] catastrophe risk management systems.
In the Bohai Sea, storm surges caused by extratropical cyclones are more common compared with those induced by tropical cyclones [4].
We located the extratropical cyclone pertaining to this event on the surface isobaric chart nearest in time to the six-hourly precipitation maximum, defining the cyclone as the low-pressure center that was closest to the event station.
Kafali concluded, The updated extratropical cyclone model explicitly captures damage and loss associated with winds from large-scale windstorms in 22 European countries.
The initial insured property losses for extratropical cyclone "Dragi-Eberhard," which hit the British Isles, and Western and Central Europe on March 9-10, 2019, are estimated at e1/4740 million ($831.8 million), according to PERILS, the independent Zurich-based organization that provides industry-wide catastrophe insurance data.
Together with AIR's Extratropical Cyclone Model for Europe and European flood models, this new model now allows for a comprehensive assessment of atmospheric risk in this region.
The Meteorological Agency said the season's 21st typhoon became an extratropical cyclone near Russia's Far East, and was moving away from the Japanese archipelago.
Nuri became extratropical and deepened to about 924 hPa, which is the strongest North Pacific extratropical cyclone on record.
At least 16 people are killed in the U.S and Canada by the extratropical cyclone Sandy and a 6.2 million people are without power cross the U.S.
An extratropical cyclone rapidly developed and swept over northwest Florida during the early hours of March 13.
The season's 10th typhoon which hit Hyogo Prefecture in western Japan in the morning is expected to move to the northern Tohoku region on Saturday night and reach eastern Hokkaido early Sunday before turning into an extratropical cyclone, the agency said.
The tropical depression is expected to further weaken into an extratropical cyclone by Friday night.