TAF for South-East England Channel Islands and France - 1632 UTC

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TAF for South-East England Channel Islands and France - 21 Sep 2018 - 1632 UTC

BEAUVAISLFOB 
BORDEAUX/MERIGNACLFBD 
BOURNEMOUTH/HURNEGHH 
BRESTLFRB 
CAENLFRK 
CHERBOURGLFRC 
DEAUVILLELFRG 
DINARDLFRD 
FARNBOROUGHEGLF 
GUERNSEYEGJB 
JERSEYEGJJ 
LE BOURGETLFPB 
LE MANSLFRM 
LILLELFQQ 
LONDON LUTONEGGW 
LONDON/CITYEGLC 
LONDON/GATWICKEGKK 
LONDON/HEATHROWEGLL 
LONDON/STANSTEDEGSS 
PARIS-ORLYLFPO 
PARIS/CHARLES DE GAULLELFPG 
RENNESLFRN 
SOUTHAMPTON/EASTLEIGHEGHI 
SOUTHENDEGMC 
TOUSSUS LE NOBLELFPN 

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ABBREVIATIONS

-light
+heavy
/visual range follows
A01autosite - no precip sensor
A02autosite - precip sensor
ACaltocumulus
ACCaltocumulus castellanus
ACSLaltocumulus standing lenticular cloud
AMDamended
ASaltastratus
ASRaltimeter setting region
AUTOautomated report
BCpatches
BECMGbecoming
BKNbroken (5-7 oktas)
BLblowing
BLWbelow
BRmist
BTNbetween
CAVOK+10KM NoCBs NoCloud -5000ft
CBcumulonimbus cloud
CBMAMcumulonimbus mammatus cloud
CCcloud-cloud lightning
CCSLcirrocumulus standing lenticular cloud
CGcloud-ground lightning
CHIcloud-height indicator
CHINOsky condition at 2nd location not avail
CIcirrus
CIGceiling
CITnear or over large towns
CLDcloud
CLRclear
CLRDcleared contamination
CONScontinuous
CORcorrection
CScirrostratus
CUcumulus
DRVR visibility going down
DPdew point
DRlow drifting
DSduststorm
DSNTdistant
DUwidespread dust
DUCdense upper cloud
DZdrizzle
Eeast
EMBDembedded
FCfunnel cloud
FCSTforecast
FEWfew clouds (1-2 oktas)
FGfog
FLflight level
FMfrom
FROPAfrontal passage
FRQfrequent
FTfeet
FUsmoke
FZfreezing
FZRANOfreezing rain sensor out
Ggust
GRhail
GSsmall hail
HVYheavy
HZhaze
ICice crystals, in-cloud lightning
INTSFintensifying
IRVRinstrumented RVR
ISOLisolated
JTSTjet stream
KMkilometer
KMHkilometer per hour
KTknots
Lleft runway
LANinland or over land
LASTlast observation before break
LCAlocally
LDGlanding
LSTLocal Standard Time
LSQline squall
LTGlightning
LVlight and variable
LWRlower
Mminus
MBmillibars
METARaviation routine weather
MIshallow
MODmoderate
MONabove or covering mountains
MOVmoved/moving/movement
MPSmeters per second
MSminus
MSLmean sea level
MTmountains
MTWmountain waves
Nnorth
N/Anot applicable
NATnorth atlantic
NCDno cloud detected
NDVno directional variation
NSWno significant weather
NEnortheast
NOSIGno significant change expected
NOSPECIno SPECI reports are taken
NWnorthwest
NSCno significant cloud
NSWno significant weather
OCNLoccasional
OVCovercast (8 oktas)
OHDoverhead
Pgreater than (plus)
PEice pellets
PK WNDpeak wind
PNOprecipitation amount not available
POdust/sand whirls (dust devils)
PRpartial
PROP30probability 30%
PROP40probability 40%
PRESFRpressure falling rapidly
PRESRRpressure rising rapidly
PSplus
PWINOprecipitation identifier sensor not avail
PYspray
Rright runway
RArain
RMKremarks
RRRocket Route
RVRRunway Visual Range
RWYrunway
RVRNORVR system not available
Ssouth
SAsand
SCSLstratocumulus standing lenticular cloud
SCTscattered (3-4 oktas)
SEsoutheast
SEVsevere
SFCsurface
SGsnow grains
SHshower(s)
SKCsky clear
SLPsea-level pressure
SLPNOsea-level pressure not available
SMstatute miles
SNsnow
SNOCLOrunway closed due to contamination
SNINCRsnow increasing rapidly
SPECIan unscheduled report taken
SQsqualls
SSsandstorm
STNRstationary
SWsouthwest
TAFterminal aerodrome forecast
TKOFtakeoff
TCUtowering cumulus
TLuntil
TOPcloud top
TROPtropopause
TSthunderstorm
TSNOthunderstorm information not available
TWRtower
URVR visibility going up
UPunknown precipitation
UTCtCoordinated Universal Time
Vvariable
VAvolcanic ash
VCin the vicinity
VISvisibility
VISNOvisibility at secondary location not avail
VRBvariable
VSPvertical speed
VVvertical visibility
Wwest
WG/SOWorking Group for Surface Observations
WNDwind
WSPDwind speed
WSwind shear
WSHFTwind shift
WXweather
Zzulu utc time

RUNWAY REPORTS

METAR Runway Reports may include runway reports which contain information about snow/water coverage and friction coefficient.
A runway report consists of eight digits in five groups (RRRRERCReReRBRBR) with the following interpretation:

RRRR

Runway designator. The numerical identifier of the runway in question.
88 means all runways, 99 indicates repetition of previous report.

If there are two parallel runways, the right one is indicated by adding 50
to its number. For example, runway 04L (or 04) is denoted by 04, whereas 54 means runway 04R.

ER

Type of deposit on runway.

CR

Extent of deposit.

eReR

Depth of deposit.

BRBR

Friction coefficient or braking action

Note: CLRD may replace elements t, e and dd if the runway has been cleared of deposits. For example, 54CLRD95 means runway 04R cleared, braking action good.


Military METAR Colour Codes

BlackAirfield closed for non-Met reasons
RED RedCloud under 200ft, and/or Visibility under 800m
AMB AmberBetter than Red, but cloud under 300ft, and/or Visibility under 1600m
YLO YellowBetter than Amber, but cloud under 700ft, and/or Visibility under 3700m.
GRE GreenBetter than Yellow, but cloud under 1500ft, and/or Visibility under 5km
WHT WhiteBetter than Green, but Cloud under 2500ft, and/or Visibility under 8km
BLU BlueCloud 2500ft or above and Visibility 8km or more
Cloud in this case is the lowest cloudbase designated as SCATTERED or worse.


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