Weather

This is a report for Sywell on 30/04/17 at 12:40 UTC. Local sunset today is at 19:25 UTC

Cloud
The calculated cloud base is 4890 ft.
Wind
The wind is blowing at a speed of 16 kts (average of 13 kts) from the southeast (130°).
Temperature
The temperature is 16 °C with a dew-point at 3 °C. The atmospheric pressure (QNH) is 999 mb (QFE 985 mb) and is Falling Rapidly. The relative humidity is 42%.
Forecast: Increasing clouds and cooler. Precipitation possible within 6 hours Windy with possible wind shift to the W, NW, or N.

Please note this data is produced by an automated system and cannot be guaranteed to be correct. During operational hours the tower staff will also occasionally enter important weather observations on the aerodrome status page. This weather page will automatically refresh every 5 minutes.

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Weather at other local aerodromes:

This is a report for Cranfield. The report was made 51 minutes ago, at 11:50 UTC.

Current weather in Cranfield
There were no clouds below 5000 feet and no cumulonimbus clouds. The overall visibility was greater than 10 kilometres (6.2 miles).
Current wind in Cranfield
The wind was blowing at a speed of 17 knots from the east (100°).
Current temperature in Cranfield
The temperature was 16 °C, with a dew-point at 5 °C. The atmospheric pressure was 1000 mb. The relative humidity was 48.0%.

Raw METAR: EGTC 301150Z 10017KT CAVOK 16/05 Q1000

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