mesoscale

adjective
me·​so·​scale | \ ˈme-zə-ˌskāl How to pronounce mesoscale (audio) , ˈmē-, -sə-\

Definition of mesoscale

: of intermediate size especially : of or relating to a meteorological phenomenon approximately 10 to 1000 kilometers in horizontal extent mesoscale cloud pattern

First Known Use of mesoscale

1956, in the meaning defined above

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