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Tel Aviv / Ben Gurion, Israel

latitude: 32-00N, longitude: 034-54E, elevation: 40 m


METAR: LLBG 220920Z 20011KT 9999 FEW044 16/12 Q1019 NOSIG RMK BKN075
TAF: LLBG 220506Z 2206/2306 14005KT 9999 SCT030 BECMG 2207/2209 23012KT TEMPO 2209/2212 24015G25KT 8000 SHRA SCT020TCU BKN025 TEMPO 2212/2218 24020G30KT 4000 TSRA SCT020CB BKN025 FM221800 28008KT 9999 NSW SCT030 TEMPO 2218/2224 9000 RA BKN025 TX19/2210Z TN11/2304Z

Time: 11:50 (09:50 UTC)

Current weather observation

The report was made 30 minutes ago, at 09:20 UTC
Wind 11 kt from the South/Southwest
Temperature 16°C
Humidity 77%
Pressure 1019 hPa
Visibility 10 km or more
Few clouds at a height of 4400 ft

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Forecast

The report was made 4 hours and 44 minutes ago, at 05:06 UTC
Forecast valid from 22 at 06 UTC to 23 at 06 UTC
Wind 5 kt from the Southeast
Visibility 10 km or more
Scattered clouds at a height of 3000 ft
Becoming
from 22 at 07 UTC to 22 at 09 UTC
Wind 12 kt from the Southwest
Temporary
from 22 at 09 UTC to 22 at 12 UTC
Wind 15 kt from the West/Southwest with gusts up to 25 kt
Visibility: 8000 m
Scattered clouds at a height of 2000 ft, Towering cumulus.
Broken clouds at a height of 2500 ft
rain showers
Temporary
from 22 at 12 UTC to 22 at 18 UTC
Wind 20 kt from the West/Southwest with gusts up to 30 kt
Visibility: 4000 m
Scattered clouds at a height of 2000 ft, Cumulonimbus.
Broken clouds at a height of 2500 ft
thunderstorm rain
From 22 at 1800 UTC
Wind 8 kt from the West
Visibility 10 km or more
Scattered clouds at a height of 3000 ft
Temporary
from 22 at 18 UTC to 22 at 24 UTC
Visibility: 9000 m
Broken clouds at a height of 2500 ft
rain
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