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I want to express absence of 2 things. For example:

It was a pretty day without rain and without snow.

Logically: (not X) and (not Y), which is equivalent to: not (X or Y)

Therefore, I guess the following might be correct:

It was a pretty day without rain or snow.

Is that correct? Is it necessary/better to indicate more clearly that both things are missing?

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"Without rain or snow" is fine.

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