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 UPDATED: 2014/10/20 22:09:34 UTC

SIC 18-I. Alicudi - Scalo Palomba, Sicily: 5-days weather forecasts for 850 ports and marinas in Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Corsica and French Riviera selected from Pagine Azzurre, the pilot-book of italian seas

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 I. Alicudi - Scalo Palomba
SIC 18  |  Latitude 38.53N  |  Longitude 14.36E

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FORECAST Pressure
hPa
Temperature
°C
Humidity
%
Precipitation
mm
Wind
knots
Monday
21 UTC101920800.0W-02
Tuesday
00 UTC101919800.0W-03
03 UTC101819800.0WNW-04
06 UTC101719790.0WNW-04
09 UTC101721700.0W-05
12 UTC101622680.0WNW-07
15 UTC101422720.0WNW-07
18 UTC101420800.1W-06
21 UTC101420790.1WSW-08
Wednesday
00 UTC101220780.1WSW-10
03 UTC100921790.1W-12
06 UTC100921760.2WNW-17
09 UTC100821650.0W-20
12 UTC100621590.0W-22
15 UTC100420660.3WNW-20
18 UTC100520620.6NW-22
21 UTC100718620.0NW-24
Thursday
00 UTC100916660.1NNW-19
03 UTC100914690.2NNW-19
06 UTC101114660.7NNW-15
09 UTC101215570.2NNW-13
12 UTC101216540.7NW-14
15 UTC101117510.3NW-14
18 UTC101115661.7NW-15
Friday
06 UTC101115590.0NW-09
18 UTC101318660.8N-13
Saturday
06 UTC101616710.0NE-04
18 UTC101917670.0NE-06
Columns key legend: weather icon, sea level pressure (hPa), temperature in degrees Celsius (C), relative humidity (%), precipitation cumulated in the three previous hours (mm), wind direction and speed (knots),. The 120-hours forecasts are processed every six hours by an automatic routine with no intervention or check from our meteorologists and without considering the local orography (e.g. presence of mountains, valleys, plains, seas, etc). Please always evaluate the forecasts considering the local meteorological experiences and consulting our weather reports issued every weekday at 00:00 UTC. Always consider the trend of the meteorological variables rather than their absolute values, above all during extreme weather (e.g. in very hot or very cold days the forecasted temperatures may differ by several degrees from the real temperatures observed at the meteorological stations). Forecasts for locations placed by the outer limits of our processing grid (e.g. very high latitudes) can be unreliable