touriello

touriello

[‚tu̇r·ē′el·ō]
(meteorology)
A south wind of foehn type descending from the Pyrenees in the Ariège valley, France; it is especially violent in February and March, when it melts the snow, flooding the rivers and sometimes causing avalanches.
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