Difference between revisions of "Midget tropical cyclone"

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== midget tropical cyclone ==
 
== midget tropical cyclone ==
  
<div class="definition"><div class="short_definition">[[tropical cyclone|Tropical cyclones]] on the small end of the size spectrum, historically defined as having a radius to the outermost closed [[isobar]] of less than 200 km. '''The use of the term, however, is strongly discouraged.'''</div><br/> </div>
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<div class="definition"><div class="short_definition">[[tropical cyclone|Tropical cyclones]] on the small end of the size spectrum, historically defined as having a radius to the outermost closed [[isobar]] of less than 200 km.</div><br/>
  
<p>''Term edited 13 September 2021.''</p>
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<div class="paragraph">'''The use of the term, however, is strongly discouraged.'''</div><br/> </div>
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<p>''Term edited 1 February 2022.''</p>
  
 
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midget tropical cyclone

Tropical cyclones on the small end of the size spectrum, historically defined as having a radius to the outermost closed isobar of less than 200 km.

The use of the term, however, is strongly discouraged.

Term edited 1 February 2022.


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