weather signal


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weather signal

[′weth·ər ‚sig·nəl]
(meteorology)
A visual signal displayed to indicate a weather forecast.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Recovering the weak weather signal among strong interfering signals is often/mostly not successful, so there is a fear that this kind of filtering only keeps the problem invisible until the noise level grows to unacceptable levels with the growing number of interferers.
The cold weather signals the start of seasonal flu (and bugs like norovirus), which in turn can cause complications for people with pre-existing chest and lung conditions.
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The development of its reproductive organs are put on hold until the spring when warmer weather signals them to mature.
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Health care isn't the only industry in which key players ignore heavy weather signals. In the mid-80s, knowledgeable players could predict that technology would profoundly change banking, especially commercial lending and personal banking.
Assumptions made, however, result in a valid estimate spectrum standard deviation only for weather signals approximating Gaussian spectra.
In fact, the start of the warmer weather signals not happy months spent outside but rather the onset of a little recognised condition known as "summer sadness".
Good weather signals outdoor eating and drinking and, whether you're having a barbie or planning a more elaborate al fresco feast, there's nothing like a glass of chilled, beer with a meal.