secondary low

secondary low

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′lō]
(meteorology)
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A secondary low is then forecast to affect the British Isles, early next week, bringing further rain and unsettled conditions.
In many cases the original storm dies out and a new or secondary low develops right along the coast.
Tenders are invited for Cell Secondary Low Maintenance Type Lead Acid 2 V/ 120 Ah With Accessories Rdso Spec.
A forged brass model, the model 3545 includes secondary Low Pressure seals with internal fluid recirculation, which provide double protection against external leakage.
These denote another form of secondary low pressure development which depletes the cold push behind the prime cold front (more normally weakend by the process of occlusion), frequently distorting the given track of the vortex as it also weakens.
However, one component common to feedforward designs is the mechanism that creates the delay in the primary high power and secondary low power portions of the feedforward loop.
1) Control Testing - Test the following operating, running, and starting controls (where applicable): operating limit, manual reset limit, auxiliary limit, primary low water cut off, secondary low water cut off, air flow switch, motor starter interlock, fuel low pressure switch, high fuel pressure switch, low fire start interlock, h
The system is capable of reporting critical alarm conditions such as primary and secondary low water, flame failure, high pressure and high water for each of the three dual-fuel 60J units per site, two of which are firing constantly with one on standby.
Summary: - EURGBP secondary low - EURCHF remains in multi-month range - EURCAD approaches former congestion - EURAUD and EURNZD potential for reversals
1973 is wave C of a flat (an extremely violent flat at that) that should lead to formation of a secondary low (primary low was 1.

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