cold low

cold low

[′kōld ′lō]
(meteorology)
At a given level in the atmosphere, any low that is generally characterized by colder air near its center than around its periphery. Also known as cold-core cyclone; cold-core low.
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And this situation combined with cold low in upper air, it tend to develop some rain clouds over the UAE from west to north," a forecaster at the National Centre for Meteorology (NCM), told Gulf News.
Caption: ABOVE: A cold low across the central Nevada desert in May 2018, produced extensive showers.
These cold lows are normally found on surface charts near occluded fronts.
The region was affected by a deep, cold low pressure front on Thursday night, which is expected to last until the evening hours.
About ten days later, the downward WAFs over the east Pacific due to the modulating effects are beneficial to downward development of the stratospheric high over the Pacific and formation of the tropospheric blocking high over west coast of North America accompanied by a strong adjacent cold low on the east side.
"The area of high pressure is moving away into the Atlantic, and will be replaced with cold low pressure from the north."
The eastern basin of the Mediterranean will gradually start to feel the effects of an "extremely" cold low pressure system, the Meteorological Department at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport said.
Weather report: General status: A very cold low atmospheric pressure accompanied with heavy rains, thunderstorms, snowfall and strong winds affect the Mediterranean Eastern basin with the arrival of the storm Windy on Thursday.
The region gets affected in the evening by a deep, cold low pressure front.
Mock, 1982: A diagnostic study of upper tropospheric cold lows over the western North Pacific.