Extreme & Weird Weather of the World

Extreme & Weird Weather of the World - Global extremes
This web page displays world cities having the most unique weather during the past three hours.
Change the weather category through the links to the left.

Currently using 34016 observations from 5153 unique global stations over the past 3 hours.
Last Updated: Sat Nov 18 13:31:34 UTC 2017

Feel free to read the interesting history of these web pages: http://coolwx.com/history.php


Please note that observer typographic errors do occur and may take a few days to manually remove.
Also, note that this site only reports observations provided in METAR format. Observations provided only through non-METAR format (e.g. Vostok, Antarctica or Death Valley, CA among many others) are not included here.

Temperature:

Dewpoint:

Heat Index:

Wind Gust:

Wind Chill (Sustained Wind):

T-storm:

Pressure:

Pressure Change:

Precipitation Amount:

Visibility:


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Extreme weather categories
   CITIES & VALUES:
       Temperature
       Dewpoint
       Heat Index
       Wind
       Wind Chill
       Pressure
       Pressure Change
       Precip Type/Intensity
       Precip Amount
       Thunderstorm
       Blizzard
       Visibility
       Astronomical
       Other
       Multiple
       Unknown
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       Temperature
       Dewpoint
       Heat Index
       Wind
       Wind Chill
       Pressure
       Pressure Change
       Precip Type/Intensity
       Precip Amount
       Thunderstorm
       Blizzard
       Visibility
       Astronomical
       Other
       Multiple
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       Dewpoint
       Wind
       Wind Chill & Heat Index
       Pressure
       Pressure Change
       Precip Type/Intensity
       Precip Amount
       Thunderstorm
       Blizzard
       Visibility
       Astronomical
       Other
       Unknown
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