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windy

1. mod. talkative. She’s so windy! Won’t she ever let up?
2. mod. flatulent; having intestinal gas. If you’re windy, why don’t you take the day off? Do us all a favor.
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"It's going to turn a lot wetter and a lot windier, but also a bit milder.
"As we go towards next weekend thereare indications it may become less cold, maybe a bit wetter and windier."
Climate change is increasing the amount of rain that hurricanes produce, and as warming picks up storms will become increasingly wetter and windier, according to new research.
More unsettled and windier later in the week with low pressure bringing rain and showers on Thursday and Friday."
The mosses reveal a colder, windier and drier climate as reported in a landmark 13-year study published (25 September 2018) in Nature Climate Change.
With a windier day forecast for today, the two-time Ryder Cup winner was pleased to have put himself within touching distance of the leaders.
WARM and humid conditions are set to stick around for much of Britain but it looks likely to get wetter and windier as June progresses.
His father convinced him to tee it up and he followed up an opening 64 with a 70 in windier conditions to get to eight under and lead the way from England's David Horsey, Scot Marc Warren, Irishman Paul Dunne and India's SSP Chawrasia.
Total Demolition's Commercial Manager, Phil Smith said his firm added a third dust canon to the site last week, while work stops at windier times to keep disruption to a minimum.
"It's looking unsettled and windier," said Mr Stevens.
I suggest moving to a less windier climate like Russia.
Despite a cooler and windier Saturday on the mountain, spirits refused to be dampened and the enthusiasm of festival-goers carried on into the evening.
Claisse said: "It's been windier today than we anticipated but the winds are due to be lighter for the rest of the week.