Heat-wave



noun
1.
an air mass of high temperature covering an extended area and moving relatively slowly.
2.
a period of abnormally hot and usually humid weather.
noun
1.
a continuous spell of abnormally hot weather
2.
(not in technical use) an extensive slow-moving air mass at a relatively high temperature

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