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In synoptic meteorology, this term is used to indicate either that the measured amount is less than 0.05 mm and the observer is confident that this has not been left from a previous measurement; or that the rain gauge is empty even though precipitation is known to have fallen.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.

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