pressure front


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pressure front

[′presh·ər ‚frənt]
(physics)
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A low pressure-front is expected off the red sea and a high pressure front is also expected to come in from the northern areas, the statement reads.
8 inches) of snow was recorded Saturday afternoon in Tokyo, with a rapidly developing low pressure front heading toward Eastern Japan, the meteorological agency said.
The low pressure front building up over the Atlantic and Ireland is set to bring heavy rain, wintry showers and strong winds - with some gusting at up to 80mph on the hills.
Throughout 2011, the earthquakes migrated from east to west down the length of the fault away from the well--indicative of the earthquakes being caused by an expanding pressure front.
He told journal Geophysical Research: Solid Earth: "Throughout 2011, the earthquakes migrated from east to west down the fault away from the well - indicative of the earthquakes being caused by expanding pressure front.
The Met Office offered a glimmer of hope, saying winds may blow the low pressure front away from Wales by Saturday and through Sunday.
The high pressure front moving up from the continent is being replaced by colder, wetter weather coming in from the Atlantic, so the region can expect more rain at the start of the week.
An atmospheric pressure front has also been detected around the rain front over Kyushu, moving eastward.
We must, because gunpowder--even if weighed to the nearest militad--does not produce exactly the same amount of gas each time, bullets can vary in weight by a few tenths of a grain, the sun may be shining or maybe there's a low pressure front coming through.
Notwithstanding ongoing pressure front Pfizer to keep quiet, Rost has demonstrated how one person can assert tremendous pressure against a corporate giant.
Dew only forms when the humidity is low, as when there's a high pressure front over the area.
The high pressure that saw the Midlands basking in its warmest month on record has given way to a low pressure front, which is stubbornly refusing to lift.