overcast skies

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  • Overcast sky and good surface till now, when sun shows again. Cited from Scott's Last Expedition Volume I, by Captain R. F. Scott
  • The overcast sky made the light so bad that it became dangerous to go ahead. Cited from The Home of the Blizzard, by Sir Douglas Mawson
  • The fact was the sun had set, and at this time of overcast sky night was at hand. Cited from The Lone Star Ranger by Zane Grey
  • The night was pitch dark with an overcast sky, making flying extremely difficult.
  • Cold march, very chilly wind, overcast sky, difficult to see surface or course. Cited from Scott's Last Expedition Volume I, by Captain R. F. Scott
  • Behind her, partly drawn red curtains reveal an overcast sky seen through a closed window.
  • Overcast skies are common and can sometimes provide relief from the beating sun.
  • We were up betimes and a good start was made before anything came of the overcast sky which had formed during the night. Cited from The Home of the Blizzard, by Sir Douglas Mawson
  • Weather: On the first day it was dry with fairly overcast sky.
  • The wind was behind us, blowing between thirty and forty miles per hour, and from an overcast sky light snow was falling. Cited from The Home of the Blizzard, by Sir Douglas Mawson
  • Overcast sky from dawn to noon, then steady, heavy rain all the afternoon. Cited from Paris War Days, by Charles Inman Barnard
  • There was a cold wind changing from south to S.E. and overcast sky all day yesterday. Cited from Scott's Last Expedition Volume I, by Captain R. F. Scott
  • It was not night, but a sort of eclipsed day, not much darker than our winter days under an overcast sky. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 79, May, 1864, by Various
  • The conditions on the grid were dry before the race and overcast skies are expected.
  • At race time, conditions were mild with an overcast sky.
  • There is essentially no direct sunlight under an overcast sky, so all light is then diffuse sky radiation.
  • It was still dark because of the continuous rain and overcast skies. Cited from Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker, by S. Weir Mitchell
  • Afternoon heavy, overcast sky, with half a gale of wind. Cited from The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter, by Raphael Semmes
  • Owing to an overcast sky, the view was not a great deal more enlightening than that which we had had from below. Cited from The Home of the Blizzard, by Sir Douglas Mawson
  • It grew dark, and heavy rain-drops fell from the overcast sky, and still Antinous was alone. Cited from The Emperor, by Georg Ebers, v10
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