World Meteorological Organization
Weather · Climate · Water
World Weather Information Service
|Satellite||Longitude of Satellite|
|Meteosat-10 (EUMETSAT)||Prime Meridian|
The times of sunrise and sunset are calculated using standard algorithm and are generally accurate to within a few minutes. The accuracy of times is also affected by the actual altitude and location of the observation.
Because times of sunrise and sunset are calculated in local time, there is a chance that future times may not be correct, as changes might be made to dates of Daylight Saving Time.
The provision of the current weather information in this website is in beta version.The current weather for cities displayed on this website are derived from weather reports measured at nearby weather stations. In using the current weather information, users should note that it may be different from actual weather conditions due to various factors, which include but not limited to, difference in topography and altitude of user’s locations and the weather station, and difference in user’s time and observation time of weather report. Users may refer to the latest weather reports which are available on the website of the National Meteorological and Hydrological Services.