Difference between revisions of "Neutercane"

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== neutercane ==
 
== neutercane ==
  
<div class="definition"><div class="short_definition">A small [[low pressure system]] (<100 mi in diameter) possessing characteristics of both a [[tropical cyclone|tropical]] and [[extratropical cyclone]].<br/>
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<div class="definition"><div class="short_definition">A small [[low pressure system]] (<100 mi or <~160 km in diameter) possessing characteristics of both a [[tropical cyclone|tropical cyclone]] and an [[extratropical cyclone]].</div><br/>
(''See also'' [[subtropical cyclone|subtropical cyclones]].)
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<div class="paragraph">'''The term is no longer used operationally, and its use is strongly discouraged.'''</div><br/>
<p>''Term edited 3 March 2017.''</p>
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''See also'' [[subtropical cyclone|subtropical cyclones]].</div><br/></div>
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<p>''Term edited 1 February 2022.''</p>
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neutercane

A small low pressure system (<100 mi or <~160 km in diameter) possessing characteristics of both a tropical cyclone and an extratropical cyclone.

The term is no longer used operationally, and its use is strongly discouraged.

See also subtropical cyclones.

Term edited 1 February 2022.


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