Squall.sfsu.edu

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Website: Squall.sfsu.edu
Hostname: virga.sfsu.edu
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Address: 1600 Holloway Avenue,
Region: CA
City: San Francisco
Postal Code: 94132
Latitude: 37.722999572754
Longitude: -122.48419952393
Area Code: 415
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Squall Definition & Meaning

Merriam-webster.com   DA: 23 PA: 18 MOZ Rank: 41

squall: [noun] a sudden violent wind often with rain or snow.

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Synonyms for SQUALL: storm, tempest, ado, alarums and excursions, ballyhoo, blather, bluster, bobbery Squall: a disturbance of the atmosphere accompanied by wind and often by precipitation (as rain or snow).

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Squall definition, a sudden, strong wind of brief duration that is sustained for at least two minutes at a speed of at least 16 knots (18 miles per hour, 8 meters per second), often accompanied by precipitation, and then rapidly diminishes in speed: We can’t rule out some short spells of heavy rain, as occasional squalls from the north are expected later today.

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