Weather for Malabo Airport FGSL/SSG

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METAR weather observation data - Malabo Airport FGSL/SSG


WIND DIRECTION:
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WIND SPEED:
METAR weather observation data from: H (local time)

TEMPERATURE

ALTIMETER

DEW POINT
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VISIBILITY

REL. HUMIDITY
CLOUD COVER:
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Landesflagge von Equatorial Guinea Malabo Airport is in the time zone: Africa/Malabo (UTC +01:00 hours)
Sunrise: 06:22 H
Sunset: 18:40 H
Moon phase: Waning moon

METAR & TAF weather data for more than 5,800 airports, airfields, heliports & oil platforms worldwide

TAF weather forecast for Malabo Airport FGSL/SSG
Forecast created on:
Weather forecast from: until local time
The maximum temperature reaches a value of:
The mininum temperature reaches a value of:
Decoded TAF message:
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! Unfortunately we don't have TAF weather forecast data for Malabo Airport FGSL/SSG
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Bitam Airport FOOB/BMM361 km
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Aditional information for Malabo Airport:
Travel icon flightICAO:FGSL
IATA:SSG
Midsized airport

Malabo Airport is in Malabo, Bioko Norte, Equatorial Guinea

Longitud:8.70872
Latitud:3.75527
Altitude:
Malabo Airport FGSL / SSG has

Sunrise & sunset in the coming days for Malabo Airport:

Date22.07.23.07.24.07.25.07.26.07.27.07.
Sunrise06:2206:2206:2206:2206:2206:22
Sunset18:4018:4018:4018:4018:4018:40


Weather observation METAR

The routine (METeorological Aerodrome Report) METAR is an internationally standardised, coded bulletin for summarising the meteorological conditions at aerodromes.

METAR weather observation for Malabo Airport from H (local time):

The measured temperature is , the dew point is at . The relative humidity is calculated to The wind is blowing at a speed of from the direction: . The wind gusts reach a maximum speed of .

The METAR weather station data reports an observation of the following weather events: NO SIGNIFICANT WEATHER EVENTS OBSERVED.

The following information was reported on cloudiness: NO DATA RECEIVED.


Airport weather forecast TAF

Aerodrome forecasts for international airports and regional aerodromes are issued in the TAF (Terminal Aerodrome Forecast) code format. For flight preparation, TAFs serve as the internationally standardised aeronautical meteorological forecast needed to decide on the meteorological usability of an aerodrome as destination or alternate aerodrome during a certain time period. TAFs are quality-controlled, monitored forecasts that are created based on con- tinuous weather observation. They are only produced if a sufficient number of observation data of satisfying quality is available.


VISIBILITY

Visibility is a measure of the horizontal opacity of the atmosphere at the point of observation and is expressed in terms of the horizontal distance at which a person should be able to see and identify: in the daytime, a prominent dark object against the sky at the horizon; at night, a known, preferably unfocused, moderately intense light source.

Surface Visibility is the greatest visibility, taken at the surface, equaled or exceeded throughout at least half the horizon circle.

Wind direction

The true direction from which the wind is blowing at a given location (i.e., wind blowing from the north to the south is a north wind). It is normally measured in tens of degrees from 10 degrees clockwise through 360 degrees. North is 360 degrees. A wind direction of 0 degrees is only used when wind is calm.

Wind roses typically use 16 cardinal directions, such as north (N), NNE, NE, etc., although they may be subdivided into as many as 32 directions. In terms of angle measurement in degrees, North corresponds to 0°/360°, East to 90°, South to 180° and West to 270°.

Wind rose
DIRECTIONDEGREES
NNorth 0 °
NNENorth-Northeast 22,5 °
NENortheast 45 °
ENEEast-Northeast 67,5 °
EEast 90 °
ESEEast Southeast 112,5 °
SESoutheast 135 °
SSESouth Southeast 157,5 °
SSouth 180 °
SSWSouth Southwest 202,5 °
SWSouthwest 225 °
WSWWest Southwest 247,5 °
WWest 270 °
WNWWest Northwest 292,5 °
NWNorthwest 315 °
NNWNorth Northwest 337,5 °
NNorth 360 = 0 °

Cloud cover

The unit of measure for cloud cover is the Okta. Cloud cover is measured on an eight point scale, 0 Oktas being clear sky , one Octa being 1/8 of the sky covered in cloud, and so on up to 8 Oktas - completely overcast.

ICONNAMECOVER
FEW (few)1/8 - 2/8
SCT (scattered)3/8 - 4/8
BKN (broken)5/8 - 7/8
OVC (overcast)8/8
CAVOK: CAVOK is an abbreviation for Ceiling And Visibility OK
    Conditions:
  • Prevailing visibility of at least 10 km and no minimum visibility
  • No clouds observed or detected below 5000 ft or below the highest minimum sector height
  • No CB/TCU
  • No weather phenomenon


METAR & TAF Definitions of meteorological terms: Aviation Weather Center (NOAA) & DWD


Present or forecast weather

Precipitation
RainRARain
DrizzleDZDrizzle
SnowSNSnow
Snow grainsSGSnow grains
HailGRHail
Ice crystalsICIce crystals
Ice pelletsPEIce pellets
Unknown precipitationUPUnknown precipitation
Hoar frostGSHoar frost / small hail / snow pellets
Obscuration
MistBRMist
FogFGFog
SmokeFUSmoke
HazeHZHaze
Volcanic ashVAVolcanic ash
Widespread dustDUWidespread dust
SandSASand
SprayPYSpray
Other
Dust or sand whirlsPODust or sand whirls
DuststormDSDuststorm
SandstormSSSandstorm
Funnel cloudFCFunnel cloud
SquallsSQSqualls
ThunderstormTSThunderstorm
Descriptor
BCPatches
DRLow drifting
MIShallow
PRPartially
BLBlowing
FZFreezing
SHShower

*(1) Code: Flight category definitions:

CODECEILINGVISIBILITY
LIFR Low instrument flight rules < 500 ft
< 0,15 km
< 1 mi
< 0,6 km
IFR Instrument Flight rules 500 to below 1,000 ft
0,15 to below 0,3 km
1 mi to below 3 mi
0,6 to below 1,8 km
MVFR Marginal Visual flight rules 1000 to 3000 ft
0,3 km to 0,9 km
3 to 5 miles
1,8 to 8 km
VFR Visual flight rules > 3.000 ft
> 0,9 km
> 5 mi
> 8 km

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