of unseasonably

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  • A few days of unseasonably warm weather and a strong east wind had revealed the reason for the bargain. Cited from If You're Going to Live in the Country, by Ormsbee and Huntley
  • If this happened because of unseasonably early snow, or other factors, the cattle might be lost or might go feral.
  • Qantas claimed they were forced to make the decision "due to load restrictions as a result of unseasonably strong winds."
  • A mix of unseasonably warm weather, followed by a cold, overcast day prior to the championships, suggested the event would be held in less than ideal conditions.
  • A period of unseasonably warm weather late in Autumn known as Indian summer is common - roses will still be in bloom as late as November or early December in some years.
  • While availability of the rink depends on the weather, it also has a state-of-the-art chiller system that can maintain the ice in the event of unseasonably warm weather.
  • The autumn 2011 United Kingdom heat wave was a period of unseasonably warm weather which arrived towards the end of September 2011 and continued into October.
  • In September 2010, Invercargill's heaviest snowfall in living memory heralded a run of unseasonably cold weather.
  • The cold came after days of unseasonably warm temperatures, with daytime highs dropping as much as 50 degrees Fahrenheit overnight.
  • Because of unseasonably warm weather in mid-January, the snow melted quickly and caused the worst winter flooding in decades for river and stream valleys from Southwest Virginia to New York.
  • It has been suggested that this may be due to the Southern Hemisphere's greater climate variability, where insects must be able to survive sudden cold snaps yet take advantage of unseasonably warm weather as well.
  • As so often happens toward the latter part of April, there had come a spell of unseasonably warm weather; thunder had been threatening for the last week, and now at the end of an oppressive day you could almost smell the electricity in the air. Cited from The Devil's Garden, by W. B. Maxwell
  • There is a population of American alligators, and a lone rare American crocodile had been seen at the refuge as well for over 30 years, but she died in 2010 of unseasonably cold winters or old age.
  • Weather historian David Ludlum concluded that both the hurricane's strength and its abnormally cold environment were derived from the influx of unseasonably cold air from the north converging upon the storm's abundant moisture, increasing the pressure gradient and leading to intensification.
  • And the benison of unseasonably clement weather was hers; day after shining day, night after placid night, the Atlantic revealed a singularly gracious humour, mirrored the changeful panorama of the heavens in a surface little flawed. Cited from The False Faces, by Vance, Louis Joseph