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Legend :    VFR   Marginal VFR   IFR   Intensive IFR   Very Intensive IFR
Visi :
Ceiling :
>= 8 km
>= 3000ft
5 to 8 km
1000 to 3000 ft
1500m to 5 km
500 to 1000 ft
800 to 1500m
200 to 500 ft
< 800m
< 200 ft
Symbols :   Thunderstorms  Fog  Heavy snow  Heavy precipitations  Wind > 20 kt
SIGMETs :     Misc.  Thunderstorms  Icing  Turbulence  Mountain Waves  Volcanic Ashes







- Airport Elevation : 306 ft
- IATA code : EMA
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EGNX - Nottingham East Midlands

CURRENT METAR :
  • 200820Z 26013KT 9999 BKN007 12/11 Q1000

EXPIRED METARs :
  • 200750Z 27009KT 9999 BKN008 12/11 Q0999
  • 200720Z 27011KT 9999 BKN006 11/11 Q0999
  • 200650Z 27011KT 9000 BKN004 BKN014 11/11 Q0998
  • 200620Z 27013KT 6000 BKN002 BKN009 11/11 Q0997
  • 200550Z 26009KT 9999 BKN005 11/11 Q0996 RERA

TAF TAF EGNX
Valid from the 20 at 06:00 until the 21 at 06:00 UTC


200458Z 2006/2106 VRB04KT 4000 -RADZ BR BKN004
BECMG 2006/2009 9999 NSW FEW008 SCT018
TEMPO 2009/2014 BKN009
BECMG 2011/2014 25012KT
BECMG 2018/2021 16011KT
TEMPO 2021/2101 17015G25KT 6000 RA BKN012
TEMPO 2104/2106 19015G25KT
ATIS : +44 1332 852 852 (ext 3201)
No reported NOTAMs for that airfield.
2 SIGMETs reported for the London FIR (EGTT) :
 
Severe turbulence
EGTT SIGMET 03 VALID 200700/201100 EGRR
EGTT LONDON FIR SEV TURB OBS WI N5130 E00200 - N5107 E00200 - N5100 E00128 - N5040 E00128 - N5012 E00017 - N5440 W00420 - N5438 W00126 - N5139 E00207 - N5130 E00200 FL250/370 MOV E 20KT NC=
Severe turbulence
EGTT SIGMET 02 VALID 200730/201130 EGRR
EGTT LONDON FIR SEV TURB FCST S OF LINE N4937 W00800 - N5125 E00200 SFC/FL060 MOV ESE 15KT NC=



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