Hydrometeor meaning

hīdrō-mētē-ər, -ôr
A precipitation product, such as rain, snow, fog, or clouds, formed from the condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere.
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Any type of condensation or frost formed from atmospheric water vapor, as rain, snow, fog, dew, etc.
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Any of various forms of water or ice that occur in the atmosphere or on the Earth's surface as a result of condensation. Rain, snow, fog, clouds, and dew are all hydrometeors.
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Rain, snow and other precipitation products of the condensation of atmospheric water vapour.
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Origin of hydrometeor

  • hydro- +‎ meteor

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