Weather.com Glossary

Weather Glossary

By the Weather.com, The Weather Channel

Language: English

No. of terms:  800+, hyperlinked, browse only, offering related terms.

Description: If the National Weather Service Glossary is offering too technical jargon for you, the Weather.com Glossary might be just the right pick for you. 800 plus terms, very down to earth, with short, informative definitions. Only minus, the glossary has no search function.

Example Term:

HURRICANE WATCH
A formal advisory issued by forecasters at the National Hurricane Center when they have determined that hurricane conditions are a potential threat to a coastal area or group of islands within a 24 to 36 hour period. A watch is used to inform the public and marine interests of the storm’s location, intensity, and movement.

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Keywords: Meteorology, Weather, Hurricane, Storm

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