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Remember those long Metar's you read in dispatch school?

LX Sport

Well-Known Member
#1
040251Z 23007KT 10SM FEW032 FEW048 SCT085 SCT160 BKN250
22/19 A2983 RMK AO2 LTG DSNT E AND SE RAB0159E48 TSE0156B0159E48
SLP095 FRQ LTGICCG DSNT SE CB DSNT SE MOV NE P0000 60022
T02170189 53001=
 

JimAK

Well-Known Member
#4
TSE0156B0159E48 ... can it really be said that the thunderstorms "ended" for a 3 minute period? I don't live in TS country, but that doesn't really sound like an accurate measurement. <shrug>

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#5
040251Z 23007KT 10SM FEW032 FEW048 SCT085 SCT160 BKN250
22/19 A2983 RMK AO2 LTG DSNT E AND SE RAB0159E48 TSE0156B0159E48
SLP095 FRQ LTGICCG DSNT SE CB DSNT SE MOV NE P0000 60022
T02170189 53001=
Yes... but not from Dispatch School. I have to look at them every freaking day.
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A1TAPE

Active Member
#7
Remarks lighting distant east and southeast raim began at 0159 ended 18 minutes before the hour sea level pressure 095mb frequent lightning distant southeast cumulonimbus clouds distant southeast moving northeast
Is that correct or am i missing parts of it?
 

PlaneFan82

Well-Known Member
#8
Remarks lighting distant east and southeast raim began at 0159 ended 18 minutes before the hour sea level pressure 095mb frequent lightning distant southeast cumulonimbus clouds distant southeast moving northeast
Is that correct or am i missing parts of it?
SLP is 1009.5mb




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