moisture-laden love

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  • But their impact is usually as decaying, moisture-laden tropical storms (wind speeds under 74 miles per hour) or their remnants, rather than hurricanes.

    Otto may form, but tropical season slowing?

  • Rain has been hard to come by over the last four to six weeks but a moisture-laden southern storm changes all of that over the next two days.

    Forecast: A soaking, stormy start to week

  • Intentional openings will allow for air change when needed, to dilute moisture-laden interior air with drier exterior air.

    'Net zero' house to be built in Maryland should produce as much energy as it uses

  • Condensation over the warm land produced by moisture-laden air from the Caribbean Sea hitting the mountains produces constant high humidity and precipitation.

    Isthmian-Pacific moist forests

  • Later, "swamp boxes" (wooden boxes with moisture-laden wood shavings held together by chicken wire with a fan inside) were devised.

    Heat waves, then and now plus...

  • James Hansen, director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and Yao Tandong, perhaps China's best-known glaciologist, have been doing research and fieldwork on the glaciers, and they report that more and more black carbon is being deposited on Himalayan glaciers via the warm, moisture-laden, southerly monsoon winds that sweep it up onto the Tibetan Plateau, where it falls as snow.

    The Most Endangered Glaciers

  • Higher peaks and ridges exposed to moisture-laden trade winds support an elfin, or dwarf forest characterized by thick mats of bryophytes covering short, dense gnarled trees.

    Talamancan montane forests

  • The rotating column a mesocyclone is drawn down to earth by moisture-laden air.

    MY EMPIRE OF DIRT

  • A moisture-laden breeze wafted in from the window.

    Spider Bones

  • As the air over land heats up and moves upwards, it is replaced by cool, moisture-laden breeze from the Indian Ocean and the Arabian Seas.

    Pinaki Bhattacharya: Waiting for the Skies to Open Up

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