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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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A Met Office spokesman said: "There will be a fine start to this morning, but becoming cloudier through the morning.
On Thursday, the weather will turn cloudier, coupled with torrential rain.
and his wife, Ligia, Trudy Eddings and her husband, Roger, Jodie Joaquin, Susan Clark and her husband, Joel, and Laura Cloudier and her husband Jay; 16 adoring grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Fine conditions should continue for much of the weekend, although the West Midlands will be cloudier than the southeast.
Met Office forecaster Calum McColl said: "It's going to be a really good day across much of England and Wales with hardly a cloud in the sky, but a little cloudier in the far West and western fringes of Wales."
THE relegation picture in the Blue Square Bet Premier is becoming cloudier by the day, but Gateshead could afford themselves some breathing space by beating Grimsby tonight, writes Ian Wilkerson.
"By Friday, it will start to get cloudier as the day goes on, with patches of rain in western areas."
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.
And while Merseyside Fire and Rescue put participants through their paces under summer sun during Saturday's assault course, Sportacus kept fitness levels up during a slightly cloudier Sunday.