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cloudy

[′klau̇d·ē]
(meteorology)
The character of a day's weather when the average cloudiness, as determined from frequent observations, is more than 0.7 for the 24-hour period.
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However, conditions on the Thursday were significantly cloudier and cooler than forecast, with the consequence that the course rode more slowly.
The emotional bias is likely to be stronger on brighter days, around noon, when sun is brightest, and in geographic regions with sunnier rather than cloudier days," says the study.
It will become cloudier, especially in coastal areas, UAE islands in the Arabian Gulf, and in the northern emirates with a chance of rain.
Forecasters predicted today would be a little cloudier and humid with some patchy rain.
NNA - The meteorology department at Rafik Hariri International Airport forecasted weather Sunday to be warmer and cloudier than today.
Between Tuesday and Thursday, the outlook is mostly dry with plenty of sunshine, but cloudier in the evening nearer the coast.
A Met Office spokesman said: "Through Easter weekend it will be cloudier and more unsettled.
By Friday, it will start to get cloudier as the day goes on, with patches of rain in western areas.
Ski Sunday's claims in the Coolmore NH Sires Handicap Hurdle are far cloudier, but he could still go well at a generous price.
While the sun came out and temperatures rose to around 17C across the region yesterday, the rest of the week is likely to be cooler, cloudier and with the odd rain showers.
Also pointing to slowdowns in emerging market countries, such as China, the report presented a cloudier outlook for the Japanese economy.