upper ridge

upper ridge

[′əp·ər ′rij]
(meteorology)
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Arrived at the upper ridge of the promontory, I saw a vast white plain covered with morses.
On the other hand, Poyser, you might let Thurle have the Lower and Upper Ridges, which really, with our wet seasons, would be a good riddance for you.
"Europe is currently under historically strong upper ridge," Mika Rantanen, a meteorologist in Finland, tweeted Wednesday.
About 200 metres away, a backup generator at Nyandarua High School in the upper ridge of Rurii town roars to life.
The flyover has decongested the roads going towards Kamla Market and Delhi Ridge and has connected Pusa Road, Upper Ridge and Rohtak Road through Filmistan Cinema, DCM Chowk, Azad Market and Roshanara Road extending to ISBT (Kashmere Gate), providing a major relief to the heavily congested area.
A surface high pressure extends over the country, with a surface low pressure over most areas of the Arabian Peninsula, accompanied with an upper ridge of high pressure.
Despite the outlook, strong gusts along the upper ridge lines were a concern on the fire's rugged western flanks, a few miles from the town of Lewiston, which remained evacuated.
The high temperatures are a result of an upper ridge of high pressure, or large ball of warm air, that's sitting above the Pacific Northwest region, said Will Ahue, a meteorologist with the weather service in Portland.
The separator connects Pusa, Upper Ridge and Rohtak road through Filmistan Cinema, DCM chowk, Azad market, Roshanara road and further extends to ISBT.
For weather watchers, a surface high-pressure area under a strong upper ridge or, better yet, a rare upper high, will usually cause excellent telescopic seeing due to light winds at all altitudes and the absence of wind shear.

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