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    METAR Italia - 19 Jan 2017 - 0218 UTC

    ALGHEROLIEA190150Z 07009KT 9999 SCT035 06/02 Q1019
    BARILIBD190150Z 28013KT 6000 RA FEW005 SCT010 BKN025 07/06 Q1011
    BERGAMO ORIO AL SERIOLIME190150Z 03003KT 9999 FEW100 M01/M08 Q1027
    BOLOGNALIPE190150Z 30006KT 9999 SCT060 00/M04 Q1027
    CAPODICHINOLIRN190150Z 04006KT 360V080 9999 FEW040 SCT060 07/02 Q1015 NOSIG
    CATANIA FONTANAROSSALICC190150Z 24009KT CAVOK 03/01 Q1015
    CIAMPINOLIRA190150Z 03007KT CAVOK 04/M02 Q1017
    CROTONELIBC 
    ELMASLIEE190150Z 34006KT CAVOK 03/02 Q1017
    FALCONARALIPY190150Z 03012KT 9999 -RA FEW006 BKN030 06/01 Q1022
    FIUMICINOLIRF190120Z 03014G24KT CAVOK 06/M01 Q1017 NOSIG
    GENOVA SESTRILIMJ190150Z VRB10G21KT CAVOK 08/M08 Q1024
    LAMPEDUSALICD 
    LINATELIML190150Z 18002KT CAVOK M02/M05 Q1028 NOSIG
    MALPENSALIMC190150Z 02003KT CAVOK M04/M07 Q1027 NOSIG
    OLBIA COSTA SMERALDALIEO190150Z 01014KT 9999 FEW020 BKN030 09/03 Q1019
    PALERMOLICJ190150Z 17007KT 9999 SCT030 08/05 Q1016
    PESCARALIBP190150Z AUTO 30006KT 260V340 9999 -RA OVC021/// 04/02 Q1021
    PISALIRP190145Z 11014KT 9999 SCT080 05/M03 Q1021 NOSIG
    REGGIO CALABRIALICR 
    TORINOLIMF190150Z 23003KT 9999 SCT090 00/M07 Q1027
    URBELIRU 
    VENEZIA TESSERALIPZ190150Z 06014KT CAVOK 03/M05 Q1027 NOSIG

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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.

    • 0: Clear and dry
    • 1: Damp
    • 2: Wet or puddles
    • 3: Frost
    • 4: Dry snow
    • 5: Wet snow
    • 6: Slush
    • 7: Ice
    • 8: Compacted snow
    • 9: Frozen ridges
    • /: Not reported
    CR

    Extent of deposit.

    • 1: 1-10%
    • 2: 11-25%
    • 5: 26-50%
    • 9: 51-100%
    eReR

    Depth of deposit.

    • 00: Less than 1mm
    • 01..90: depth in mm
    • 92: 10 cm
    • 93: 15 cm
    • 94: 20 cm
    • 95: 25 cm
    • 96: 30 cm
    • 97: 35 cm
    • 98: 40 cm
    • 99: Runway not in use
    BRBR

    Friction coefficient or braking action

    • 01..90: Friction coefficient times 100
      Example 37 indicates a friction coefficient of 0.37
    • 91: Poor braking action
    • 92: Poor/medium braking action
    • 93: Medium braking action
    • 94: Medium/good braking action
    • 95: Good braking action
    • 99: Unreliable measurement
    • //: Not given

    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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