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>= 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 : 423 ft
- IATA code : PIS
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LFBI - Poitiers

CURRENT METAR :
  • 190700Z AUTO 35004KT 3400 -DZ BR BKN003 BKN008 OVC023 07/07 Q1022 TEMPO 0500 FG VV///

EXPIRED METARs :
  • 190630Z AUTO 35004KT 3600 -RA BR FEW024 OVC031 07/07 Q1021 TEMPO 0500 FG VV///
  • 190600Z AUTO 33003KT 3600 BR BKN036 OVC054 07/07 Q1021 TEMPO OVC004
  • 190530Z AUTO 33003KT 3800 BR SCT035 OVC054 07/07 Q1021 TEMPO OVC004
  • 190500Z AUTO 33004KT 4300 BR FEW037 OVC060 07/07 Q1021 TEMPO BKN005 BECMG 9999 NSW
  • 190430Z AUTO 33003KT 4600 BR FEW037 BKN043 OVC062 07/07 Q1021 TEMPO BKN005 BECMG 9999 NSW

TAF AMD TAF LFBI
Valid from the 19 at 06:00 until the 20 at 06:00 UTC


190625Z 1906/2006 VRB03KT 5000 BR BKN030
PROB40
TEMPO 1906/1912 2000 -DZ BR OVC004
PROB30
TEMPO 1906/1910 0500 FG VV///
BECMG 1912/1914 9999 NSW
No reported NOTAMs for that airfield.
2 SIGMETs reported for the Bordeaux FIR (LFBB) :
 
Severe turbulence
LFBB SIGMET 2 VALID 190800/191200 LFPW
LFBB BORDEAUX FIR/UIR SEV TURB FCST NW OF LINE N4330 W00145 - N4715 E00130 FL200/300 STNR NC=
Severe turbulence
LFBB SIGMET 1 VALID 190600/190800 LFPW
LFBB BORDEAUX FIR/UIR SEV TURB FCST NW OF LINE N4715 E00115 - N4445 W00145 FL180/280 MOV SE 10KT NC=



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