NORTHER , awinter
See also:wind accompanying the "
See also:wave" that follows the passage of a cyclone across the
See also:United States of
See also:America . A warm S.E. or S.W. wind on the east of such a cyclone materially slackens or entirely
See also:dies away, and is followed, ofteit suddenly, by the piercingly cold norther . The passage i The Territorial
See also:government embraced both the
See also:present states of
See also:North and South Dakota . 4 Died in
See also:office on the loth of
See also:April 1880 . $.Died in office,
See also:July 1898 . 4 Succeeded
See also:Frank A . Briggs, deceased, by virtue of his office of
See also:governor.of a cyclone across America is usually from W. to E., and the cyclonic
See also:system of circulation would produce these results; but as the North
See also:American cyclones usually originate east of the Rocky Mountains, the warm air
See also:drawn from the Gulf of Mexico is not only followed by the cold air drawn from the Arctic regions, but the
See also:body of cold air slides down the eastern slopes of the Rockies and advances as a solid
See also:wedge (the " cold wave ") under the cyclone itself . " Uncomfortably warm in the lightest clothing," a traveller upon the prairies of
See also:Texas may become " uncomfortably cold before he can wrap his blanket around him " (W . Ferrel, A Popular
See also:Treatise on the Winds) .
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