weather bar

weather bar

[′weth·ər ‚bär]
(building construction)

water bar, weather bar

A wood or metal strip which is fixed to the sill of an external door or a window to resist the penetration of water.
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11 Fitting a weather bar under an old wooden door and draught proofing around its frame and windows will also save energy.
Remember a "weather bar" for the bottom of the door and replace it if it is old.
After the first week, we compare the different weather conditions and create a weather bar graph for the week [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
Cure door draughts by fitting a weather bar at the foot of the door.
Susannah, from West Jesmond, Newcastle, created a sky-blue leather glove using images of weather bar contours and isobars.
Its waterproofing performance is particularly strong due to its special design utilizing glass material, U-type weather bars and F-type slots.