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  • Location: Southampton
  • Location: Southampton

    Hi all

    I wonder if anyone can help. I'm trying to find out the average height of the cloud over Southampton on 1st June, around 3.30/4pm. Can anyone tell me how I could find out this information?

    Thanks!

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    see if you can find a site that has the observation from the airport?

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  • Location: Shrewsbury
  • Location: Shrewsbury

    From wunderground.com at 3.50pm the report from Southampton airport:

    METAR EGHI 011450Z 34003KT 280V020 8000 FEW024 SCT030 17/12 Q1014

    ie a few clouds at 2400ft and "scattered" clouds (I think that means 3-5 octas, or is that BKN?) at 3000ft, temp 17C and dew point 12C

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  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks
  • Location: just south of Doncaster, Sth Yorks

    from the Met O Metar area

    FEW='few' (1-2 oktas), SCT='Scattered' (3-4 oktas), BKN='Broken' (5-7 oktas), OVC='Overcast'

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  • Location: Southampton
  • Location: Southampton
    From wunderground.com at 3.50pm the report from Southampton airport:

    METAR EGHI 011450Z 34003KT 280V020 8000 FEW024 SCT030 17/12 Q1014

    ie a few clouds at 2400ft and "scattered" clouds (I think that means 3-5 octas, or is that BKN?) at 3000ft, temp 17C and dew point 12C

    From wunderground.com at 3.50pm the report from Southampton airport:

    METAR EGHI 011450Z 34003KT 280V020 8000 FEW024 SCT030 17/12 Q1014

    ie a few clouds at 2400ft and "scattered" clouds (I think that means 3-5 octas, or is that BKN?) at 3000ft, temp 17C and dew point 12C

    Thanks for that!

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