2 edition of Nigh of the helm wind. found in the catalog.
Nigh of the helm wind.
Written in English
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David Uttley (The Helm Wind, Bookcase Books, ) describes the Helm Wind as: ‘A strong, cold, north-easterly wind that occasionally blows down the western slope of the Cross Fell range into the Vale of Eden in north-west England.
The Helm Wind (the only named wind in the UK) is a strong north-easterly wind hitting the southwest slopes of Cross Fell in Cumbria. When a wind blows at a constant speed and direction through a layer of stable air perpendicular to the ridge or peak of hills and mountains, the result is something called a lee wave.
The Helm Wind is a named wind in Cumbria, England, a strong north-easterly wind which blows down the south-west slope of the Cross Fell escarpment. It is the only named wind in the British Isles, although many other mountain regions in Britain exhibit the same phenomenon when the weather conditions are may take its name from the helmet or cap of cloud which forms above Cross Fell.
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Location: Cumbria, United Kingdom The helm wind is a strong, blustery easterly wind that descends the western slope of the Cross Fell Range in Cumbria, northern Cross Fell area of the northern Pennines forms one of England's largest stretches of upland higher than m asl.
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This book is a colloquial, yet scientific, review of a local wind phenomenon which as the text explains, is so much more than local in interest, and is of global relevance. It offers a fairly concise scientific explanation of the causes of the wind alongside some (frequently very entertaining) effects of the wind Reviews: 1.
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She appeared in plays alongside Jason Robards and Maureen O'Sullivan (an actress Helm portrayed decades later in a television movie), as well as in series ranging from All My Children and The Edge of Night to Gunsmoke and Perry Mason.
Helm was also among the first women admitted to The Players.