northeast trades

northeast trades

[′nȯr′thēst ′trādz]
(meteorology)
The trade winds of the Northern Hemisphere.
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Following the "Pearl-diving," he wrote an article on the sea as a career, another on turtle-catching, and a third on the northeast trades.
The mysteries of storm, and rain, and tide were revealed, and the reason for the existence of trade-winds made him wonder whether he had written his article on the northeast trade too soon.
A stay of one or two days will be made here, which, if time permits, may be extended, and passing on through the islands, and probably in sight of the Peak of Teneriffe, a southern track will be taken, and the Atlantic crossed within the latitudes of the northeast trade winds, where mild and pleasant weather, and a smooth sea, can always be expected.
AI Northeast trades almost exclusively in Massachusetts.
Based on new evidence from the Reanalysis, we examine the behavior of the trade winds, especially the influence of the northeast trades, which have a marked bearing on the northern part of South America, down to approximately 5-10[degrees]S during the boreal winter.
Key words: South America, meteorology, trade winds, northeast trades, hydrology, Amazon basin.
Despite Polihua's obvious beauty, the beach is exposed to the northeast trades and, in the winter months, quite active surf, both of which can make the place downright dangerous.

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