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The midday breeze is a bit gusty from the west as temperatures hold in the mid- to upper 40s under partly cloudy skies.

However, the actual data on remdesivir paint a somewhat cloudy picture.

Onshore flow keeps us mostly cloudy today, before a cold front sweeps through with some showers tonight.

Friday night should be partly cloudy with cooler weather as temperatures dip back into the 40s to around 50 right in the city.

These hypersaline environments, pockets of brine from which the salt crystallized, are what cause the crystals to be cloudy.

Imagine driving through the Scottish countryside, rolling through a vast landscape of green hills and cloudy skies.

“We can blame Carrie Bradshaw for this,” says Shaunaq Arora, half-joking; his sigh tinged with the cloudy breath of his Gauloises.

Mostly cloudy Monday through Wednesday, cloudy Thursday, overcast Friday, and considerable cloudiness over the weekend.

It was one of those rare winter days when it was cloudy in Palm Springs.

It was sunny, it was cloudy, it was raining, it was completely covered in snow, and then by the end of the day it was gone.

It is small in cloudy swelling from toxins and drugs, and variable in renal tuberculosis and neoplasms.

It was a cloudy, stormy evening: high wind was blowing, and the branches of the trees groaned and creaked above our heads.

A sharp rain, too, was beating against the window-panes, and the sky looked black and cloudy.

He was still able to think consecutively, although his thoughts were cloudy and but dimly realised.

The cloudy yellow twilight disclosed that a man little way off was a man and not a horse but did hardly more.


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On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cloudy, such as: dark, dense, dim, dismal, dull, and foggy.

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