weather back

weather back

The application of weather-proofing to the back (inner side) of a wall.
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A Met Eireann forecaster said: "There were several warm days and nights during each event before Atlantic weather fronts encroached from the west, bringing unsettled weather back across the island."
With an average ten hours of sunshine each day during the high season in July and August, you are unlikely to miss the weather back home with temperatures hitting highs of 27A[degrees]C.
I love the humid weather, just like our weather back home,' added the 25-year-old journeyman from Maryland, who birdied No.
I love the humid weather, just like our weather back home," added the 25-year-old journeyman from Maryland, who birdied No.
Monklands taxi owners'fancy dress convoy weathered the storm as it drove through appalling weather back in 2002.
The dry, warm weather back home will be welcomed by parents making outdoor plans during the school holidays and workers ready to relax in the garden.
2003 - Three astronauts landed safely on the Kazakh steppe after blasting back from the International Space Station, but then had to endure the frustrations of bad weather back on earth.
'We have been practicing in hot weather back in Pakistan and have built our stamina, which will help us in winning matches here,' he said.
Little has gone right for this season's Ben Fund Bonaza, from the initial attempt to stage it at Peterbrough being postponed due the wintry weather back in March to the restaging at Redcar clashing with this Saturday's final Grand Prix in Poland and the subsequent difficulty in getting an attractive field assembled.
I did feel guilty to read about the stormy weather back home as I enjoyed miles of sandy beaches and evening walks along the promenade.