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Sometimes, a meteorologist looks at RADAR and satellite images and finds them clear. That's everyone's favorite forecast! When the air is free of any precipitation, there are no objects to reflect the RADAR, so the images are clear.

Remember that the term "weather" refers to the atmospheric conditions around us at any given time. Therefore, a clear day is weather too. Most meteorologists would call clear days the very best kind of weather!


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