an air mass formed by powerful updrafts and downdrafts moving in convective loops, the smallest unit of a storm system.
An air mass that contains up and down drafts in convective loops, moves and reacts as a single entity, and functions as the smallest unit of a storm-producing system.
noun 1. a cellar or underground chamber for refuge during violent storms; cyclone cellar.
noun 1. the center of a cyclonic storm, the area of lowest pressure and of comparative calm. 2. a center of disturbance, tumult, or trouble: The housing bubble was the storm center of the economic collapse. storm center The point of lowest barometric pressure within the central area of a storm.
- Storm centre
noun 1. the centre of a cyclonic storm, etc, where pressure is lowest 2. the centre of any disturbance or trouble
noun 1. an overcoat, usually of a water-repellent fabric, lined with material serving as insulation against very cold weather, often having a fur collar.
noun 1. another name for mistle thrush