Sleet

Sleet is a regionally-variant term that refers to two distinct forms of precipitation: ...
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Sleet

• (n.) Hail or snow, mingled with rain, usually falling, or driven by the wind, in fine particles. • (n.) The part of a mortar extending from the chamber to the trunnions. • (v. i.) To snow or hail with a mixture of rain.
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sleet

noun partially melted snow (or a mixture of rain and snow)
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Sleet

Sleet intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sleeted ; present participle & verbal noun Sleeting .] To snow or hail with a mixture of rain.
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Sleet

Sleet noun (Gun.) The part of a mortar extending from the chamber to the trunnions.
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sleet

A mixture of rain and snow.
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sleet

A type of frozen precipitation, consisting of small pellets produced by the freezing of raindrops as they fall.
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sleet

A type of frozen precipitation, consisting of small transparent pellets.
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sleet

A type of frozen precipitation, consisting of small pellets produced by the freezing of raindrops as they fall.
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sleet

Also known as ice pellets, it is winter precipitation in the form of small bits or pellets of ice that rebound after striking the ground or any other hard surface. It is reported as 'PE' in an observation and on the METAR.
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Sleet

Also known as ice pellets, it is winter precipitation in the form of small bits or pellets of ice th
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sleet

globular, generally transparent ice pellets that have diameters of 5 mm (0.2 inch) or less and that form as a result of the freezing of raindrops or ... [3 related articles]
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Sleet

In the United States, frozen raindrops that bound on impact with the ground. Elsewhere, may refer to a mix of rain and snow, a mix of rain and hail, or melting snow.
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Sleet

Precipitation composed of already frozen droplets — ice pellets — that bounce on impact. Outside the United States, sleet also refers to precipitation with a mixture of rain and snow or rain and ice pellets or quickly melting snow.
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Sleet

Precipitation consisting of rain and snow mixed.
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Sleet

Precipitation consisting of transparent pellets of ice, 5 millimeters or less in diameter. Also called ice pellets. Forms when snow enters a warm layer of air above the surface and melts and then enters a deep layer of sub freezing air on the surface and refreezes.
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Sleet

Rain and snow being precipitated together.
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Sleet

Rain drops that freeze into ice pellets before reaching the ground. Sleet usually bounces when hitting a surface and does not stick to objects. Forms when snow enters a warm layer of air above the surface and melts and then enters a deep layer of sub freezing air near the surface and refreezes.
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Sleet

Rain drops that freeze into ice pellets before reaching the ground. Sleet usually bounces when hitting a surface and does not stick to objects. Forms when snow enters a warm layer of air above the surface and melts and then enters a deep layer of sub freezing air near the surface and refreezes. In Australia, sleet refers to a mixture of rain and sn...
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Sleet

See ice pellets.
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sleet

sleet, precipitation of small, partially melted grains of ice. As raindrops fall from clouds, they pass through layers of air at different temperatures. If they pass through a layer with a temperature below the freezing point, they turn into sleet. Snowflakes that have melted by passing through a wa...
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sleet

[n] - partially melted snow (or a mixture of rain and snow) 2. [v] - precipitate as a mixture of rain and snow
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