unseasonably strong

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  • As that system passed, another unseasonably strong low pressure area tracked across the Great Plains.
  • Qantas claimed they were forced to make the decision "due to load restrictions as a result of unseasonably strong winds."
  • An unseasonably strong low pressure system resulted in a severe weather outbreak across the Midwest on June 12.
  • An unseasonably strong cold front had moved through the Comoros Islands, bringing winds gusting to and conditions favorable for light to moderate turbulence.
  • The Mid-November 2005 outbreak was an unseasonably strong tornado outbreak on November 15, 2005 in the central United States.
  • Peter tornado outbreak was an unseasonably-strong tornado outbreak which affected the Upper Midwest region of the United States on March 29, 1998.
  • This unusual, unexpected, and unseasonably strong typhoon killed 204 people and caused and nearly $23 million in damage (1972 USD) in the Philippines.
  • The January 2008 tornado outbreak sequence was an unseasonably strong tornado outbreak that began on January 7, 2008 and continued for nearly four days, with the hardest hit area being southwestern Missouri, northwestern Arkansas and the surrounding area.
  • The Veterans Day outbreak was an unseasonably strong and destructive severe weather event that in 36 hours, between November 9th and November 11th, spawned 83 tornadoes across a widespread swath in the Central and Eastern United States.