squawly wind :D
So do I laugh or go and get my big coat?
Is it a real word?
Wonder if it means a good wind or a bad wind.
You know, a gentle cooling breeze that floats in off the sea.
Or is it going to be a "blow you off your bicycle" type wind.
Least he didn't say squawky wind. Then we would be really confused.
Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 70643
of course, the kind of wind that dries your washing! bad wind comes from....men usually! ;)
i found this
SQUALL A squall is a strong, sudden wind which generally lasts a few minutes then quickly decreases in speed. Squalls are generally associated with severe thunderstorms.
i googled squawly wind and it does exist as a word in the weather world - squawly wind, squawly rain and such like.....!
So it's not looking good for the weekend then.