HEAVY rain and severe gales are set to hammer Britain as a 250mph jet stream whips across the Atlantic.
What does JTSTR stand for?
JTSTR stands for Jet Stream
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Joint Tactical Switched Systems
- Joint Terminal System Specifications
- JVX Test Support Software
- Joint Tactical Switched Systems Configuration Control Board
- Joint Telecommunications Standards Steering Group
- Joint Training System Support Office
- Joint Training System Support Team (US DoD)
- Journal of Theological Studies (est. 1899)
- Journal of Thermal Spray Technology
- Joint Time Sensitive Targeting Manager
- Jot Travis Student Union (University of Nevada)
- Jahr Top Special Verlag (German: Year Top Special Publisher; media company)
- Japan Telegraph and Telephone
- John T. Tuck (public school in Canada)
- Johnathan Taylor Thomas (actor)
- Joint Tactical Terminal (US Army)
- Joint Targeting Toolbox
- Journal of Technology Transfer (Springer)
- Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare (Royal Society of Medicine Press)
- Just the Tip
Samples in periodicals archive:
Moreover, the polar jet stream in the southern hemisphere simply circles the Antarctic continent, and does not operate over land - whereas the northern polar jet stream flows right across North America and Europe.
Spanning about 20,000 miles (30,000 kilometers) across, the hexagon is a wavy jet stream of 200-mph winds with a massive, rotating storm at the center.
The jet streams are driven by the temperature difference between the poles and the tropics.
| SIR - When are the authorities going to admit that the main cause of the jet stream going off course and affecting our weather system is because of people going on holidays via plane?
Previous work suggests that the jet streams should shift north and strengthen as the climate warms in response to rising greenhouse gas concentrations.
The jet stream was also slower than normal, bringing low pressure and subsequent rainfall.
Another time you might notice the jet stream is when it 'gets stuck'.