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Rain squalls and other weather

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May I suggest that WG use different weather situation like rain squall in battles

In the battle of Samar ( October 19944 ) TAFFY 3 was attacked by the main Japanese fleet and the escort carriers were able to hide 

behind rain squalls, blocking the target to the enemy gunners

It could last only a couple of minutes opposite the storms that we have right now, just an idea.

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28 minutes ago, 3r22r said:

May I suggest that WG use different weather situation like rain squall in battles

In the battle of Samar ( October 19944 ) TAFFY 3 was attacked by the main Japanese fleet and the escort carriers were able to hide 

behind rain squalls, blocking the target to the enemy gunners

It could last only a couple of minutes opposite the storms that we have right now, just an idea.

No, if anything, WG should ADD more and different types of weather conditions.  I will say though, that this idea of rain squalls is an interesting one.

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36 minutes ago, RipNuN2 said:

Don't we already have squalls on some maps now with a small moving storm?

We do indeed and I commend the efforts made so far the graphics are well done. Night mode and fog Banks would be nice and how about a map with a randomly erupting volcano? 

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20 hours ago, Jim_Byrnes said:

We do indeed and I commend the efforts made so far the graphics are well done. Night mode and fog Banks would be nice and how about a map with a randomly erupting volcano? 

Well, fog could make the use of Radar and Sonar interesting, but rain squall is a 'small' and local weather feature.

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