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climatologically

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As regards climate; with reference to climatology.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In climatological terms.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

climatological +‎ -ly

Examples

  • This is the Financial Season Mud Season, climatologically, and so I'm buried in forms and documents and bank statements and receipts and trying to figure out how I can persuade college financial aid officers that I cannot actually afford the insane tuition of their esteemed institutions.

    The pigeon at the table (cont.)

  • Today starts our climatologically warmest time of the year as the average high hits 89.

    PM Update: Dog days heat and humidity

  • Tomorrow (Tuesday): This is our last day of the climatologically hottest period of the year.

    PM Update: Near average never felt so good

  • Over the Arctic, stratospheric temperatures are often near these critical temperature thresholds, such that during periods when the temperatures are slightly lower than average, accelerated ozone depletion is observed, while during periods when the temperatures are slightly higher than average, ozone levels can appear climatologically normal.

    Factors affecting arctic ozone variability in the Arctic

  • Having an area's terroir more well defined after centuries of trial and error do not make it more climatologically complex - just more well understood - a significant difference.

    I Guess Alice Feiring Doesn't Like Long Island Wine...Or Hasn't Tasted Much of It

  • The BlueSport would make you almost as climatologically correct as a Prius owner, but you'd be having way more fun.

    Build It or Bag It?

  • Tromelin Island (Iles Eparses): climatologically important location for forecasting cyclones in the western Indian Ocean; wildlife sanctuary (seabirds, tortoises)

    Geography-note

  • Tromelin Island (Iles Eparses): climatologically important location for forecasting cyclones in the western Indian Ocean; wildlife sanctuary (seabirds, tortoises) PeoplePopulation: no indigenous inhabitants

    French Southern and Antarctic Lands

  • The region is floristically, climatologically and geologically complex.

    Biological diversity in Maputaland-Pondoland-Albany

  • Satellite imagery has identified climatologically active dust sources or so-called “hot spots,” which are associated with topographic depressions that are lower in elevation than their surroundings.

    Global dust budget

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