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TTF Question

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RobH created the topic: TTF Question

I have just started home study for my next subject MET, I haven't bought the book yet, but can anyone help me with this extract from a TTF: what is the 32/08 after the cavok and before the QNH?
Examle: TTF METAR YBUD 0500Z 36015Kt CAVOK 32/08 Q1013 FM0630 27030KT 9999 NO SIG WX
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Richard replied the topic: TTF Question

Hi RobH,
The 32/08 is the temperature and dew point temperatures separated by a slash. This a;so seems to be an old TTF METAR format as the TTF component will be included in the RMK (remarks) section on a separate line after the recent rainfall element (RF 0.00/0.00) nowadays.
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RobH replied the topic: TTF Question

Thanks Richard,
I guessed the 32 was probably Temp, but couldn't figure out the 08, but dew point makes sense. Thanks again.
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