Overcast (disambiguation)

Overcast is the state of the sky when it is covered by clouds; a type of weather.

Overcast may also refer to:

  • Overcast (app), an iOS, watchOS, CarPlay, and web podcast listening app by Marco Arment
  • Overcast (band), an American metalcore band
  • Overcast (DJ), a solo alias (in addition to Mark N) for Mark Newlands of Nasenbluten
  • Overcast (Transformer), the name for a number of different Transformers:
    • Overcast (Autobot), recolored name for the cybertronian jet Autobot Jetfire in Transformers: Energon (part of the Unicron Trilogy)
    • Overcast (Gigantion), a Gigantion cargo plane Decepticon from Transformers: Cybertron (part of the Unicron Trilogy)
    • Overcast (Alliance), a MiG-29 "Fulcrum" Decepticon from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Overcast! (album), Atmosphere's first studio album
  • Overcast! (EP), an "extended play" album by Atmosphere released prior to Overcast!
  • The Overcast, a monthly arts and culture newspaper in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador

See also

  • Overcast stitch, a type of sewing stitch
  • Central dense overcast, large central area of thunderstorms surrounding a cyclone's circulation center (eye)
  • Operation Overcast, original name of Operation Paperclip, an Office of Strategic Services program to recruit German scientists after World War II
  • Aluminum Overcast, a specific Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber
    • Aluminum overcast (bomber type), the type of bomber generically referred to as an "aluminum overcast" but more commonly known as Convair B-36
  • And Every Day Was Overcast, a 2013 photo-illustrated novel by American author Paul Kwiatkowski
  • Morning, An Overcast Day, Rouen, a late 19th century painting by Danish-French artist Camille Pissarro
  • Overcast Off, a three piece indie rock band based out of Tucson, Arizona
  • Overcast Media, a digital media technology company based in Seattle, Washington
  • Overcasting, the process of broadcasting content that is meant to be played over and in sync with another piece of content
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