From: Montreal, Canada
I don't see how having the same weather for two consecutive turns would necessarily help. At best, it would sometimes equalize air unit striking ability, but this presumes that the force that could retaliate with its airpower, has air units ready to do so.
What would happen if say the Axis attacks with significant air power on a clear day, but when it comes to the Allies (next) turn, their air fleet is too weak to do anything, and the next turn they can (after reinforcing on the consecutive clear weather day), they are thwarted because after two consecutive clear weather days, the odds would be likely that they would get a rainy day just when they would be ready...
This would also create an issue of messing with the probability of bad weather when approaching seasons where bad weather is more probable.
In the end, I agree it is not always ideal, but it can happen to both sides and having two consecutive days of similar weather, could mess with the timing of reinforcing damaged air units on bad weather days hoping for clear weather on the next turn.
Just my opinion,
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