Retrogression

Science / Weather / Retrogression: In meteorology, it is the movement of a weather system in a direction opposite to the direction of the basic flow in which it is embedded. Often used in reference to a long wave trough or other macroscale feature. For example, a long wave trough that may move slightly westward when the 'normal' movement and flow is eastward.

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