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The weather is pretty warm year-round, though, hovering at around 75 degrees.

The shutoffs that began late Monday are a fairly new and controversial practice, and their use last year triggered investigations while utilities defended them as necessary in the face of increasingly wild weather.

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The US is experiencing one of its worst years for wildfire outbreaks thanks to hot weather and a lack of firefighters.

While restrictions have eased in some parts of the country, the situation—particularly as we head into cooler fall weather and back to school—is proving to be fluid.

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And, of course, there have been far more disasters caused by extreme weather than terrorist attacks.

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Frustrating as regulars find these fair-weather exercise interlopers, they were also all beginners once, he says.

That ground hold was to stop you flying through weather that could kill you and everyone else aboard.

Did the airline file a flight plan that took account of the weather en route from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore?

These days weather should never cause a commercial airliner to crash.

The pilot asked air-traffic control for permission to climb from 32,000 to 38,000 feet to avoid the bad weather.

In the drawing-room things went on much as they always do in country drawing-rooms in the hot weather.

Blamed ef I'd lived in a country all my life, ef I wouldn't know better'n to git caught out in such weather's this!

An old weather-beaten bear-hunter stepped forward, squirting out his tobacco juice with all imaginable deliberation.

That the weather being calm, he rowed round me several times, observed my windows and wire-lattices that defenced them.

Decomposition sets in rapidly, especially in warm weather, and greatly interferes with all the examinations.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weather, such as: climate, clime, and elements.

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