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OTHER SURFACE OBSERVATIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE AK
925 AM AKDT SAT APR 19 2014

ALASKA NWS AUTOMATED SURFACE OBSERVATION REPORTS

LOCATION DAY TIME  SKY CONDITION            VIS WX      TEMP DP WIND(KT)  ALT  RH CHILL PEAK
WHITTIER  19 1719Z BKN210                    10          38  35 00000     953  89%  38
CENTRAL   19 1717Z OVC030                                35  27 00000     976  72%  35
HEALY     19 1718Z                           10          40  22 16004          48%  37


.............................NOTES.............................
THIS IS AN AUTOMATED COLLECTIVE WITH MINIMAL QUALITY CONTROL.
CLOUD HEIGHTS ARE IN HUNDREDS OF FEET.

..............................KEY..............................
CLR    - NO CLOUDS
FEW    - FEW CLOUDS
SCT    - SCATTERED CLOUDS
BKN    - BROKEN CLOUDS
OVC    - OVERCAST
VIS    - VISIBILITY IN MILES
WX     - WEATHER
TEMP   - TEMPERATURE IN FAHRENHEIT
DP     - DEWPOINT IN FAHRENHEIT
VRB    - VARIABLE WIND DIRECTION
ALT    - ALTIMETER
RH     - RELATIVE HUMIDITY IN PERCENT
CHILL  - WIND CHILL
PEAK   - PEAK WIND SPEED




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