Current | Forecast
Updated: 1:00 AM GMT on September 19, 2014
Observed at Banjul, Gambia
Temperature 24°C
Humidity 94%
Dew Point 23°C
Wind East at 15 km/h
Pressure 1011 hPa (Falling)
Conditions Thunderstorm
Visibility 9.0 kilometers
UV 0 out of 16
Clouds Scattered Clouds (SCT) : 304 m
(FEW) : 609 m
Mostly Cloudy (BKN) : 3048 m
Yesterday's Maximum 32°C
Yesterday's Minimum 23°C approx.
Yesterday's Cooling Degree Days 17 approx.
Sunrise6:52 AM GMT
Sunset7:02 PM GMT
Moon Rise3:01 AM GMT
Moon Set3:52 PM GMT
Moon PhaseMoon Phase
Waning Crescent
Raw METARMETAR GBYD 190100Z 09008KT 9000 TS SCT010 FEW020 BKN100 24/23 Q1011 CB NE-SW


Forecast as of 12:00 PM GMT on September 18, 2014

Wednesday
Mostly Cloudy. High: 90° F.
Wednesday Night
Mostly Cloudy. Low: 73° F.
Thursday
Partly Cloudy. High: 90° F.
Thursday Night
Partly Cloudy. Low: 73° F.
Friday
Thunderstorm. High: 88° F.
Friday Night
Thunderstorm. Low: 73° F.
Saturday
Mostly Cloudy. High: 86° F.
Saturday Night
Chance of a Thunderstorm. Low: 73° F.
Sunday
Chance of a Thunderstorm. High: 86° F.
Sunday Night
Partly Cloudy. Low: 75° F.
Monday
Partly Cloudy. High: 91° F.
Monday Night
Chance of a Thunderstorm. Low: 75° F.
Tuesday
Chance of a Thunderstorm. High: 90° F.
Tuesday Night
Mostly Cloudy. Low: 75° F.
Wednesday
Chance of a Thunderstorm. High: 90° F.
Wednesday Night
Mostly Cloudy. Low: 75° F.
Thursday
Mostly Cloudy. High: 88° F.
Thursday Night
Chance of a Thunderstorm. Low: 75° F.
Friday
Mostly Cloudy. High: 90° F.
Friday Night
Chance of a Thunderstorm. Low: 75° F.
Saturday
Chance of a Thunderstorm. High: 90° F.
Saturday Night
Chance of a Thunderstorm. Low: 75° F.
Sunday
Mostly Cloudy. High: 90° F.
Sunday Night
Mostly Cloudy. Low: 75° F.
Monday
Partly Cloudy. High: 90° F.

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