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almanac a book published every year that predicts the weather for each day and gives facts about the tides, the time the sun will rise and set, and other useful information. [1/2 definitions]
arctic freezing or very cold weather as in the Arctic. [1/3 definitions]
barometer an instrument that measures the pressure of the atmosphere and is used to predict the weather.
bleak1 bare, cold, or not protected from the weather. [1/2 definitions]
climate the usual weather conditions in a place.
cold weather marked by low temperature. [1/7 definitions]
element (plural) the weather; forces of nature. [1/4 definitions]
freeze a period of very cold weather. [1/6 definitions]
hardy able to stand or live through harsh weather or bad conditions; not easily killed. [1/2 definitions]
Jupiter the ruler of the gods in Roman mythology. Jupiter controlled the weather and protected the government and its laws. In Greek mythology, Jupiter is called Zeus. [1/2 definitions]
meteorology the science that studies the earth's weather and atmosphere.
overcoat an outer coat worn in rainy or cold weather.
preposition a word that shows a connection or relation between a noun or pronoun and some other word. In the sentence, "We went to the market and talked about the weather," "to" and "about" are prepositions.
proof to improve so as to protect against or resist weather damage. [1/7 definitions]
shelter a place or structure that gives protection against weather or danger. [1/4 definitions]
sky (often plural) the way the air above looks with respect to the weather. [1/2 definitions]
snap a short period of cold weather. [1/15 definitions]
sunny consisting of weather in which the sky is blue and few clouds block the sun; not cloudy. [1/3 definitions]
temperate having neither extremely hot nor extremely cold temperatures and mild weather.
thaw a period of weather warm enough to melt ice and snow. [1/4 definitions]
weather the conditions outside at a particular place and time. Sunshine, clouds, temperature, and rain are some of the changing conditions that make up the weather. [2/3 definitions]