This is, I believe, the view usually taken by meteorologists.
Meteorologists must revise their opinions on the subject of condensation.
Meteorologists are at present attempting to find a more satisfactory explanation.
These are some of the explanations of the formation of a rain drop, but meteorologists still have the subject under consideration.
Meteorologists have calculated that the mean temperature at the Pole in January is about -33° Fahr.
Meteorologists are well aware of the fact, that as a rule the barometer rises and falls twice within the twenty-four hours.
Meteorologists there and here refer all atmospheric conditions and phenomena to the influence of heat.
The two most important things about the wind that are observed and recorded by meteorologists are its direction and its force.
What meteorologists call dry fog is a haze of dust or smoke, sometimes very dense.
They are practically unknown to meteorologists, and were never adopted generally by the laity.