Not overcast; cloudless; clear; pleasant; propitious; favorable; -- said of the sky, weather, or wind, etc.; as, a fair sky; a fair day.
not excessive or extreme; "a fairish income"; "reasonable prices"
With respect to weather, generally descriptive of pleasant weather conditions. When this term is used on weather forecasts, it is meant to imply no precipitation, less than 0.4 sky cover of low clouds, and no other extreme conditions of cloudiness, visibility or wind.
describes weather in which there is less than 4/10ths of opaque cloud cover and no precipitation; and there is no extreme visibility, wind or temperature conditions.
A term used to mean pleasant weather conditions, depending on the time of year and location.
Less than 4/10 cloud cover with no extremes in temperature, humidity, visibility or wind.
It is usually used at night to describe less than 3/8 opaque clouds, no precipitation, no extremes of visibility, temperature or winds. It describes generally pleasant weather conditions.
Less than 4/10 opaque cloud cover, no precipitation, and no extremes in temperature, visibility or winds.
1. A smooth curver, usually referring to a line of the hull which has no deviations 2. To make something flush 3. A rope is fair when it has a clear run 4. A wind or current is fair when it offers an advantage to a boat
or lift The wind fairs when it strikes the sails fro a more favorable angle, from further aft, making it possible for the boat to point higher (to windward).
This is a subjective description. Considered as pleasant weather conditions with regard to the time of year and the physical location.