See Subtropical high.
The semi-permanent subtropical high of the North Atlantic Ocean, so named especially when it is located in the western part of the ocean. This same high, when displaced toward the eastern part of the Atlantic, is known as the Azores high. Warm and Humid conditions prevail over the eastern United States, particularly in summer, when the Bermuda high is well developed and extends westward.
A semipermanent high located off the east coast of the U.S.
A high-pressure air mass that is normally situated in the western Atlantic. It acts to block the easy passage of storms off of the American continent when it is strong. It can extend into the Gulf of Mexico when it is far to the west. In this position it is the source of the Midwest monsoon
A high pressure system centered in the western Atlantic Ocean, near Bermuda. Over much of the eastern United States, this usually causes a southerly wind flow of warm and humid air, and in some cases, heat waves during the summer.
The semipermanent atmospheric subtropical anticyclone (high pressure system) over the North Atlantic Ocean, so name especially when it is located in the western part of the ocean, near Bermuda (near 30° N).
semi-permanent, subtropical area of high pressure in the North Atlantic Ocean that migrates east and west with varying central pressure. Depending on the season, it has different names. When it is displaced westward, during the Northern Hemispheric summer and fall, the center is located in the western North Atlantic, near Bermuda. In the winter and early spring, it is primarily centered near the Azores Islands. Related term: Azores High
High pressure system that develops over the western subtropical North Atlantic. Also called Azores High.
the semipermanent subtropical high over the North Atlantic Ocean, especially when it is located over the western part of the ocean; the same high over the eastern part of the Atlantic is called the Azores high; on mean charts of sea level pressure, this high is one of the primary centers of action in northern latitudes.