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[IMPROVEMENT] More difference between dry and overcast and wet.

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this one is not as simple as you present.

Overcast weather can bring you an absolute dry condition; the fact that clouds exists dont involve water necessarily.

Actually I cannot see a (almost) difference between WET (RAIN) and OVERCAST, cos overcast has ALLWAYS wet ground and level grip is quite similar to WET. And this is why I vote, why is overcast condition always WET? this has no sense!

PS. "Snowing" weather brings you almost the same experience has WET/OVERCAST.... maybe a bit less grippy.

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Well I can't see a difference between wet/raining and dry/cloudy. Maybe they're waiting until they have all the cars in the game I don't know. But it always puzzles me when people talk about how insanely slippery Wales is in the rain.

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I've asked about this before and the answer was that "wales is always wet, even when it's not raining".

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I find this quite interesting as I always notice a difference between wet/dry conditions and especially raining on Wales.

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bogani said:
I've asked about this before and the answer was that "wales is always wet, even when it's not raining".
Cheers for that then, that would explain it. Thought it could be a possibility, but wasn't sure if there'd still be a difference or how much.

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Neogeta said:
I find this quite interesting as I always notice a difference between wet/dry conditions and especially raining on Wales.

I didnt said it has no difference, I said that it need a bit more difference. If you manage to do same time in dry and wet conditions in real life, you are my hero!!

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