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Weather Forecast Bradford
 Wednesday, 17.2.2016
  

UTC (GMT) Meteogram (00:00 - 24:00)
Local time
Weather
Temp.
Feels like
Prec.
Wind
Humidity
UV index
00:00
Mostly cloudy
Mostly cloudy
-1 °C
-14 °C
South-SouthWest, Breeze 7.4m/s
7.4
m/s
90 %
03:00
Light rain
Light rain
-1 °C
-14 °C
0.23
mm
SouthWest, Breeze 7.7m/s
7.7
m/s
92 %
06:00
Light rain
Light rain
0 °C
-13 °C
0.59
mm
SouthWest, Fresh breeze 8m/s
8
m/s
95 %
09:00
Sleet
Sleet
1 °C
-10 °C
1.91
mm
South-SouthWest, Breeze 7m/s
7
m/s
95 %
12:00
Heavy rain
Heavy rain
2 °C
-8 °C
2.16
mm
South-SouthWest, Breeze 5.9m/s
5.9
m/s
96 %
0.1
15:00
Light rain
Light rain
2 °C
-5 °C
2.03
mm
South-SouthWest, Gentle breeze 4.6m/s
4.6
m/s
97 %
18:00
Snow
Snow
1 °C
1 °C
2.1
mm
SouthWest, Light breeze 2.1m/s
2.1
m/s
99 %
21:00
Snow
Snow
1 °C
1 °C
2.17
mm
SouthWest, Light air 0.7m/s
0.7
m/s
99 %
00:00
Snow
Snow
1 °C
1 °C
2.77
mm
NorthEast, Light air 0.5m/s
0.5
m/s
99 %

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