81. The research involves atmospheric conditions at few levels above the ground.
82. Individual jet maxima are frequently found at the tips of deep low-pressure troughs.
83. Another high-vale center is at the eastern fringe of the plateau.
84. Weather is determined by the simultaneous occurrence of several meteorological elements at a geographical locality or over broad areas of the earth.
85. Reportedly, 1986 No.3 typhoon is being generated over the western North Pacific.
86. Standard temperature observations are made in thermometer shelters about 5 feet above the ground.
87. Above the troposphere is the stratosphere, followed by the ionosphere and capped by the exosphere.
88. Meteorologists have divided the atmosphere into various shells or layers, laid one atop the other.
89. The boundary on the cold air side is often ill-defined, especially near the surface.
90. The cispacific SST was a little higher than before.
91. Close to the ground, wind speed increases quickly with height.
92. The maximum wind speed is centered around 35oN, 120oE
93. A few contributions have appeared on this subject at home and abroad.
94. Meteorological science and technology have grown to the extent that behaviors of the atmosphere could be monitored on a global basis.
95. For the first few thousand feet above sea level the rate of pressure decrease is in the neighbourhood of 1 inch of pressure for each 900 to 1000 ft.
96. In this case, steady precipitation may extend over a long distance ahead of the front.
97. It is known that local weather can be affected within a few days by meteorological conditions thousands of miles away (from here).
98. These temporary observation posts were all within 10 km of the city.
99. Buoys are developed 20 miles off the coast.
100. The maximum is about 400 hPa in a 3 km distance from the center toward the south.
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101. Strong westerlies, at times, have been observed near the tropopause over Recife, Brasil, approximately 9o from the equator.
102. The trade wind cell is, on the average, confined to 30 degrees poleward of the equator.
103. At this stage sea-level westerlies are strong and zonal in character and they lie poleward of their normal position.
104. The figure shows that the maximum precipitation occurred to the east of Indonesia.
105. For a time, surface and subsurface current are in opposite directions; flow is seaward at the surface and landward near the bottom.
106. For example, the artificial modification of rain at New York City may suggest a seeding activity just a few miles upwind of the metropolis.
107. in the first stage the jet stream lies well to the north and it takes a general west-east direction.
108. The analyzed low-pressure center at the surface was located ~8 km east of the mesocyclone.
109. In all experiments there is at 300 km of sea to the west and 100 km of sea to the east.
110. The moon moves from a position 28.5o north of the equator to as much south of it.
111. Within this area is a double minimum in pressure with one center collocated with the vorticity maximum and the other about 3 km farther north.
112. The monitoring station is just across the river from the power plant.
113. For research purpose, network with stations speed only 1/10 to 1 miles apsrt have been maintained for limited period in small areas.
114. During the experiment, moisture was measured twice a day at 20-cm intervals between 0 and 80 cm of the soil.
115. Following the treatment, cotton seeds were planted by hand in the third week of june 1983, at 75-cm row spacing with three rows of plants per plot.
116. Slopes orientated differently receive direct solar radiation in different amounts.
117. On the diagram, propagation is manifested as a coherent line of cloudiness sloping in one direction or another.
118. From just the entrance, in the southern part of the bay, up to a second slack water area, about midway up the bay, tidal currents are ebbing.
119. The anomalously warm water can exist for a long distance along the equator at least as far west as Canton Island (172oW, 3oS).
120. The easternmost longitude of the 35℃ isotherm is 140oE