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Bridport Sky Observations

Sunday February 14, 2016
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Time Vis Cloud Current weather Past weather
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Sat 15:00 EDT
35000 - Smoke Cloudy at times ORIG-undefined; regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.
Sat 09:00 EDT
25000 6/8 Cloud dissolving Mostly cloudy ORIG-undefined; regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.
Fri 15:00 EDT
30000 2/8 Sky unchanged - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Fri 09:00 EDT
25000 1/8 Cloud dissolving - ORIG-undefined; regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.
Thu 15:00 EDT
50000 clear Sky unchanged - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Thu 09:00 EDT
30000 3/8 Sky unchanged - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Wed 15:00 EDT
10000 1/8 Haze - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Tue 15:00 EDT
5000 1/8 Smoke Cloudy at times regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Tue 09:00 EDT
5000 7/8 Smoke Cloudy at times regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Mon 15:00 EDT
35000 clear Haze - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Mon 09:00 EDT
35000 - Sky unchanged - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Sun 15:00 EDT
40000 clear Sky unchanged - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14
Sun 09:00 EDT
20000 8/8 Cloud developing - regional observer; VER:03.2 SWV:3.14

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BRIDPORT (SEA VIEW VILLAS)
Northeast, Tasmania
41.0025°S 147.3869°E 52m AMSL
Commenced 1994
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