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"Cloud Cocktail"

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I have been enjoying Chamonix Meteo's development of interesting phraseology of late, this is a bit of a corker,

"Alpine Range and Central Europe lie on a bridge between two high pressure areas, over Azores on one hand, over Russia on the other. Altitude cold cut‑off is still whirling over the Balearic Islands this Wednesday morning, while moving away southwest. • Altitude stream is dithering this morning, then will set between north and northwest, barely moderate. It will drive cloud cocktail linked to the warm front of ex‑hurricane Dorian; the latter front is moving east along northern fringes of our Region. • Junction between both high pressure areas will await until Thursday; actual fair condition will thus set up at first on Thursday, recalling warmth each afternoon; it will last until the end of the week at least."
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
In the middle of winter, when my workshop is barely above zero, I quite often find myself "recalling warmth each afternoon"
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