Labbé

From Glossary of Meteorology



labbé

(Also spelled labé.) A moderate to strong southwest wind in Provence (southeastern France), mild, humid, and very cloudy or rainy.

On the coast it raises a rough sea. It is not frequent, occurring only in March. In the Swiss– French Alps it is locally termed labech, and is squally with thunder, hail, and brief torrential downpours; it comes mainly in autumn and winter.


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