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In meteorology, a short seasonal episode of weather that lasts a few days and commonly occurs about specific dates of the year (e.g. the periods of fine, dry, warm weather commonly occurring in September and early October in Britain and central Europe, and known as ‘old wives' summer’ (or ‘Indian summer’), which are the result of slow-moving anticyclones).

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Ecology and Conservation.


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