Decoded METAR for SCCF provided by aerobaticsweb.org
Current time: Friday, 24 Sep, 2021, 15:47 UTC
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The most recent METAR observation from SCCF in our system was generated at 2021/09/24 08:32

Original METAR code

2021/09/24 08:32
SCCF 240832Z AUTO 11022KT 9999 NCD 05/M17 Q1025
METAR Observation for: SCCF
Date/Time of Observation: 24 September 2021, 08:32 UTC (24 September 2021, 04:32 CLT)
METAR Modifier: Automated weather observation
Wind: From 110° at 22 kts (41 km/h)
Visibility: 10 km (6 sm) or greater
Sky Conditions: No clouds
Temperature: 5.0° C (41.0° F)
Dew Point: -17.0° C (1.4° F)
Relative Humidity: 19%
Altimeter: 1025 hPa/mbar (30.27" Hg)

24 Hour Summary

Time (UTC) Temperature
°C (°F)
Dew Point
°C (°F)
Pressure
Inches (hPa)
Wind
mph (km/h)
Weather
00:00 24 September 15 (59 ) -14 (6 ) 30.27 (1025) SW 6 (10)
08:00 24 September No Data
16:00 23 September No Data
08:00 24 September No Data
14:00 23 September No Data
08:00 24 September No Data
16:00 23 September No Data
16:00 23 September No Data
08:00 24 September 5 (41 ) -17 (1 ) 30.27 (1025) ESE 25 (40)
16:00 23 September No Data
16:00 23 September No Data
16:00 23 September No Data
14:00 23 September No Data
14:00 23 September No Data
14:00 23 September 22 (71 ) -10 (14 ) 30.27 (1025) Variable 3 (5)
16:00 23 September No Data
16:00 23 September 24 (75 ) -9 (15 ) 30.24 (1024) W 20 (32)
17:00 23 September 25 (77 ) -10 (14 ) 30.21 (1023) W 23 (37)
18:00 23 September 25 (77 ) -10 (14 ) 30.21 (1023) W 22 (35)
19:00 23 September 25 (77 ) -10 (14 ) 30.18 (1022) W 22 (35)
20:00 23 September 25 (77 ) -10 (14 ) 30.18 (1022) W 23 (37)
21:00 23 September 24 (75 ) -16 (3 ) 30.21 (1023) W 18 (29)
08:00 24 September No Data
08:00 24 September No Data
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