keep a weather eye on something/open for something

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keep a weather eye on (someone or something)

To monitor someone or something closely, often because the person or thing in question may turn out to be dangerous. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I need you to keep a weather eye on this crisis so that we can get the necessary supplies out quickly.
See also: eye, keep, on, weather
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keep a weather eye on

observe a situation very carefully, especially for changes or developments.
See also: eye, keep, on, weather
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keep a ˈweather eye on something/open for something

watch something very carefully for signs of change so that you will be prepared for a problem, difficulty, etc: It’s an ambassador’s job to keep a weather eye open for any important political changes.
See also: eye, for, keep, on, open, something, weather
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