jet stream

NOUN
  1. a high-speed high-altitude airstream blowing from west to east near the top of the troposphere; has important effects of the formation of weather fronts
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How To Use jet stream In A Sentence

  • The blame for this month's wet weather lies with the jet stream winds a few miles high. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is because the jet stream is returning to a position where it should be for this time of the year. Times, Sunday Times
  • The track of the jet stream winds can also meander around in spring, switching between winter and summer conditions at astonishing speed. Times, Sunday Times
  • This changeable weather across the country was down to the meandering track of the jet stream. Times, Sunday Times
  • The blame for the storms lay with a large loop in the jet stream river of wind a few miles high. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the high pressure that delivered the spring weather is slipping southwards and the jet stream has reappeared over the UK. Times, Sunday Times
  • The aircraft would have crossed this jet stream at a shallow angle which would have resulted in considerably reduced ground speed.
  • The jet stream took a more southerly track again last week and low pressure brought unsettled weather. Times, Sunday Times
  • The other great controlling element of weather is the jet stream. Times, Sunday Times
  • Up near the jet stream above New York, the wind power density can reach 16 kilowatts per square meter.
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