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Viru-Viru, Bolivia

latitude: 17-38S, longitude: 063-08W, elevation: 373 m


METAR: SLVR 311100Z 36007KT 9000 -TSRA BKN006 BKN017 FEW030CB OVC070 24/24 Q1010
TAF: SLVR 311030Z 3112/0112 34015KT 9999 SCT007 BKN017 FEW030CB BKN070 TX32/3119Z TN22/0110Z TEMPO 3112/3114 7000 SHRA BECMG 3115/3118 34016G28KT SCT010 BKN020 TEMPO 3119/3122 8000 SHRA FEW030CB FM312300 34010KT 9999 NSW FEW010 SCT017

Time: 07:49 (11:49 UTC)

Current weather observation

The report was made 49 minutes ago, at 11:00 UTC
Wind 7 kt from the North
Temperature 24°C
Humidity 100%
Pressure 1010 hPa
Visibility: 9000 m
Broken clouds at a height of 600 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 1700 ft
Few clouds at a height of 3000 ft, Cumulonimbus.
Overcast at a height of 7000 ft
light thunderstorm rain

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Forecast

The report was made 1 hour and 19 minutes ago, at 10:30 UTC
Forecast valid from 31 at 12 UTC to 01 at 12 UTC
Wind 15 kt from the North/Northwest
Visibility 10 km or more
Scattered clouds at a height of 700 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 1700 ft
Few clouds at a height of 3000 ft, Cumulonimbus.
Broken clouds at a height of 7000 ft
Temporary
from 31 at 12 UTC to 31 at 14 UTC
Visibility: 7000 m
rain showers
Becoming
from 31 at 15 UTC to 31 at 18 UTC
Wind 16 kt from the North/Northwest with gusts up to 28 kt
Scattered clouds at a height of 1000 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 2000 ft
Temporary
from 31 at 19 UTC to 31 at 22 UTC
Visibility: 8000 m
Few clouds at a height of 3000 ft, Cumulonimbus.
rain showers
From 31 at 2300 UTC
Wind 10 kt from the North/Northwest
Visibility 10 km or more
Few clouds at a height of 1000 ft
Scattered clouds at a height of 1700 ft
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