EGBB  Birmingham International Airport

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Birmingham, United Kingdom

Status IATA
Operational BHX
Latitude Longitude
52° 27' 14" N 1° 44' 52" W
52.453899 -1.748030
Local (DST + 1) UTC (GMT 0)
Jul 22, 2014 10:23 Jul 22, 2014 21:23
Sunrise-Sunset Local UTC
Begin Civil Twilight 04:25 03:25
Sunrise 05:10 04:10
Sunset 09:16 20:16
End Civil Twilight 10:01 21:01

Current Weather

METAR Observed VFR
EGBB 222050Z 04005KT CAVOK 21/14 Q1024 Tue, Jul 22, 2014 @ 20:50 UTC
(33 Minutes ago)
Visual Flight Rules

Decoded METAR

Wind Visibility Clouds Conditions
040° at 5 knots (9 kph) 10 km or more
  • Clear skies
  • No significant weather
Temperatures Readings Precipitation
Current Temp 21°C (70°F)
Dewpoint 14°C (57°F)
Humidity 64%
Altimeter 30.24"Hg
Sea Level Pressure 1024mb
Field Elevation 324.8'
None Recorded

Forecast Weather

TAF
TAF EGBB 221703Z 2218/2318 05006KT 9999 FEW045 PROB40 2303/2308 5000 BR BKN010

Decoded TAF

From To
Tue, Jul 22, 2014 @ 18:00 UTC Wed, Jul 23, 2014 @ 18:00 UTC
Wind Visibility Clouds Conditions
050° at 6 knots (11 kph)
10 km or more
  • Few at 4,500' AGL
  • No significant weather
From To Probable
Wed, Jul 23, 2014 @ 03:00 UTC Wed, Jul 23, 2014 @ 08:00 UTC 40 percent likelihood during this time
Visibility Clouds Conditions
5000 meters
  • Broken at 1,000' AGL
  • Mist

Additional weather within a 92.6km radius of EGBB

Map ICAO Location METAR
EGBE 20.4km E (117°) 33 mins ago
EGWC 43km W (299°) 7 hrs, 33 mins ago
EGNX 50.6km N (034°) 33 mins ago
EGBJ 68.5km S (205°) 3 hrs, 3 mins ago
EGOS 73km W (302°) 33 mins ago
EGVN 79.1km S (171°) 33 mins ago
EGVA 85.7km N (360°) 25 mins ago
EGTC 87.8km E (118°) 4 hrs, 33 mins ago
EGXT 87.8km E (078°) 33 mins ago

24 Hour Weather History

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