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bad weather

Weather conditions in which flying is difficult, hazardous, or ineffectual and that will prevent successful attainment of the mission. Generally refers to weather conditions like poor visibility, low clouds, turbulent clouds, gusts, precipitation, or wind conditions that affect safety, comfort level, and the mission success.
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Johannesburg [South Africa], Feb 10 ( ANI ): Opener Shikhar Dhawan's fireworks continued as he struck his 13th One Day International (ODI) century to help India reach 200 in the fourth of the six-match series against South Africa, before the game was halted due to bad weather at the Wanderers here on Saturday.
Yet every year, when that bad weather kicks in, we make the same noises about being unprepared.
We urgently need donations after the recent bad weather and stocks are low," said a spokesperson, "We especially need donors with B negative and O negative blood.
While the NCAA deserves to be commended for being proactive through the circular issued on the bad weather, it should still not rest on its oars by ensuring it monitors flight operations closely especially when the visibility is very low.
KARACHI -- The bad weather in city has delayed some of PIA's flights Thursday.
There is a delay because the flight from Sofia to Frankfurt on 6 July was redirected to land in Munich due to bad weather conditions.
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The crew had to divert from a scheduled visit to the Isle of Mull in Scotland because of bad weather.
The crews and vessels combing the Indian Ocean for wreckage from the missing plane have encountered some serious bad weather in the form of rough seas and strong winds, according to an (http://jacc.
Islamabad -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's visit to Muzaffarabad has been delayed due to bad weather.
An FNCCemember has said employees should be given flexible working hours if they are commuting during bad weather.
THEY provide a vital helping hand in bad weather in the Huddersfield area.