When the weatherman/woman quotes the weather as cold but fair...what are they referring to as "fair"? Is that the wind speed?


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PJ Stein answered

I got this from the NOAA website.

Fair: A weather term implying no precipitation and no extreme conditions of clouds, visibility or wind.

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Didge Doo answered

Clear sky, fine day.

It's so easy to be confused by the terms. You've probably heard about the man who went out wearing only one glove. The weather forecast had been indecisive and said, "It might be hot. On the other hand it might be cold."

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