Hawaiian High

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Hawaiian High | Meteorological phenomenon | The atmospheric, high-pressure Pacific weather system that is sometimes responsible for Vancouver’s clear, sunny days. A merciful counter-point to the Aleutian Low. Ha! And you thought this entry was going to be about weed…

Usage | “Gotta hit the beach while this Hawaiian High is still kicking around…”explore-the-lexicon

 

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