The meanings behind strange weather words
Sometimes meteorological terms sound like they come from a different language. In fact, they usually do. Learn about modern weather words that swirl with Greek, Latin, Arabic, Old English meanings and more.
Text by Greg Thilmont | Photo editing by Connie Ricca
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