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Neutral Stability The term 'Neutral Stability' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' An atmospheric condition that exists in unsaturated air when the environmental lapse rate equals the dry adiabatic rate, or in saturated air when the environmental lapse rate equals the moist adiabatic rate'.
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