verb (used with object), o·ver·cast, o·ver·cast·ing.
verb (used without object), o·ver·cast, o·ver·cast·ing.
Examples from the Web for overcast
However, an overcast sky (like you see often during the winter) usually ranks at only 1,000 lux or lower.Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder With This New Tracker|DailyBurn|November 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mostly cloudy Monday through Wednesday, cloudy Thursday, overcast Friday, and considerable cloudiness over the weekend.
The wet ground mirrored the overcast sky and three officiating officers stood saluting in the background.
The plan was to go that coming Sunday afternoon, but when the day came it was bitter, overcast, so I tried begging off.
Haneke, however, is in a decidedly genial mood on an overcast fall day in midtown Manhattan—and with good reason.‘Amour,’ the Year’s Best Foreign Film, Courts Oscar|Marlow Stern|December 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Books which are to be overcast and which have had the backs cut off are slightly glued to hold the leaves together.Library Bookbinding|Arthur Low Bailey
It was on an overcast, rainy evening that he at length received permission to return.The Young Carpenters of Freiberg|Anonymous
The sky was overcast and the snow-capped peaks rose chilly and bleak through the biting atmosphere.Wonders of the Yellowstone|James Richardson
I wish I had not asked her to do so, it looks dull and overcast.Uncanny Tales|Mary Louisa Molesworth
The morning was still and soft and overcast, and the air was full of the scent of the flowers and leaves, and fresh-clipped grass.Fair Margaret|Francis Marion Crawford