Slang definition of chinook

chinook means: Comes from some native language, and refers to a warm westerly wind that blows east from British Columbia over the Rocky Mountains and blankets the foothills with warmth, changing the temperature rapidly. Sometimes the change can be extreme, maybe even rising 15 degrees in a quarter of an hour. The saying in Calgary is "If you don't like the weather in Calgary, wait a few minutes".

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chinook means: Comes from some native language, and refers to a warm westerly wind that blows east from British Columbia over the Rocky Mountains and blankets the foothills with warmth, changing the temperature rapidly. Sometimes the change can be extreme, maybe even rising 15 degrees in a quarter of an hour. The saying in Calgary is "If you don't like the weather in Calgary, wait a few minutes".

Slang meaning of chinook

chinook means: Comes from some native language, and refers to a warm westerly wind that blows east from British Columbia over the Rocky Mountains and blankets the foothills with warmth, changing the temperature rapidly. Sometimes the change can be extreme, maybe even rising 15 degrees in a quarter of an hour. The saying in Calgary is "If you don't like the weather in Calgary, wait a few minutes".

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Meaning of chinook

chinook means: Comes from some native language, and refers to a warm westerly wind that blows east from British Columbia over the Rocky Mountains and blankets the foothills with warmth, changing the temperature rapidly. Sometimes the change can be extreme, maybe even rising 15 degrees in a quarter of an hour. The saying in Calgary is "If you don't like the weather in Calgary, wait a few minutes".

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