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Liège, Belgium

Bierset

latitude: 50-39N, longitude: 005-27E, elevation: 186 m


METAR: EBLG 261350Z 22010KT 1300 R23L/P2000N R23R/P2000N R05R/1700N -RA BR SCT002 BKN003 05/04 Q1018 TEMPO 0800 FG
TAF: EBLG 261101Z 2612/2718 23008KT 3000 BR SCT003 BKN006 TEMPO 2612/2617 1200 DZRA BKN002 PROB30 TEMPO 2614/2616 0600 FG BECMG 2614/2616 32012KT BECMG 2616/2618 9999 SCT013 BKN040 TEMPO 2704/2718 2500 DZRA BR SCT003 BKN005 BECMG 2716/2718 26005KT

Time: 15:21 (14:21 UTC)

Current weather observation

The report was made 31 minutes ago, at 13:50 UTC
Wind 10 kt from the Southwest
Temperature 5°C
Humidity 93%
Pressure 1018 hPa
Visibility: 1300 m
Scattered clouds at a height of 200 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 300 ft
light rain and mist

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Forecast

The report was made 3 hours and 20 minutes ago, at 11:01 UTC
Forecast valid from 26 at 12 UTC to 27 at 18 UTC
Wind 8 kt from the Southwest
Visibility: 3000 m
Scattered clouds at a height of 300 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 600 ft
mist
Temporary
from 26 at 12 UTC to 26 at 17 UTC
Visibility: 1200 m
Broken clouds at a height of 200 ft
drizzle rain
Probability 30% :
Temporary
from 26 at 14 UTC to 26 at 16 UTC
Visibility: 0600 m
fog
Becoming
from 26 at 14 UTC to 26 at 16 UTC
Wind 12 kt from the Northwest
Becoming
from 26 at 16 UTC to 26 at 18 UTC
Visibility 10 km or more
Scattered clouds at a height of 1300 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 4000 ft
Temporary
from 27 at 04 UTC to 27 at 18 UTC
Visibility: 2500 m
Scattered clouds at a height of 300 ft
Broken clouds at a height of 500 ft
drizzle rain and mist
Becoming
from 27 at 16 UTC to 27 at 18 UTC
Wind 5 kt from the West
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