inclemency

noun
in·clem·en·cy | \(ˌ)in-ˈkle-mən(t)-sē \

Definition of inclemency 

: the quality or state of being inclement

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Lightweight and compact enough to stuff in a backpack, the right windbreaker will be your insurance policy against any sudden inclemency. Yang-yi Goh, GQ, "The Best Windbreakers Will Help You Survive Spring Weather in Style," 18 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of inclemency

1559, in the meaning defined above

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