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Just a test see if it auto updates, may be a useful tool or maybe too much bollocks and no use at all, currently Simons reporting zero vis at Lambourn and the map (at time of writing) shows red dots, I guess loads of black dots = VFR flying i.e. great visibility


The station circle is colour coded as follows Red=IFR, BLUE=Marginal VFR, BLACK=VFR.

Remember, this is a report of actual weather conditions NOT a forecast. Each observation shows the amount of cloud observed, the wind direction (from which the wind is coming), wind speed (1 barb=10 knots, half a barb=5 knots), Temperature (top left), dewpoint (bottom left), weather, visibility in kilometres or metres (central left) and ceiling in 10's of feet, i.e. L7-700ft. Isobars are drawn every 2 millibars.

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