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Bayanhushu Weather Risk

Risk of strong wind, frost, lightning, heavy rain for Bayanhushu

China

You have come to the right place if you are looking for detailed data to establish weather risk. Our weather probability pages give access to forecast elements to help you decide on the chance of certain weather happening providing predictions on how confident we are that certain weather scenarios will occur.

COLOUR CODING KEY
<1% 1-10% 11-25% 26-40% 41-59% 60-74% 75-90% >90%
Negligible Very Low Low Low/Mod Moderate Mod/High High Very High

 

The below table provides our probability/chance of specified weather conditions occurring;

RISKTIME FRAMES: 25 Jun 2018 (Local Time)
02:0005:0008:0011:0014:0017:0020:0023:00
Precipitation OverviewHigh risk of isolated light rain shower.Very low risk of very isolated light rain shower.Moderate risk of very isolated light rain shower if any. Some showers could be slow moving and persistent.Negligible risk of very isolated light rain shower.Negligible risk of isolated light rain shower.Dry.Dry.Very high risk of very isolated moderate rain shower.
Light QualityN/AGoodGoodV GoodGoodGoodN/AN/A
Any Precipitation
>90%

11%

60%

4%

4%


35%

88%
Significant Precipitation
15%

7%


2%

2%


25%

76%
Heavy Precipitation






25%

Thunder/Lightning



2%

2%



Predominantly Cloudy







Well Broken Cloud
72%

>90%

>90%

>90%

48%

28%

86%

>90%
Winds > 15mph







Winds > 30mph







Winds > 50mph







Temperature Below Freezing







Temperature Above 24°C


25%

>90%

>90%

>90%

15%

Poor Visibility







Precipitation Falling as Snow







Dew Forming







Ice Forming