METAR/Synop Information for KMAF (MAF) in MIDLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT , TX, United States

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Registered Location

Latitude: 31° 56' 52" N (deg min sec), 31.9478° (decimal), 3156.87N (LORAN)
Longitude: 102° 12' 31" W (deg min sec), -102.2086° (decimal), 10212.52W (LORAN)
Elevation: 872 metres (2862 feet) -- validated against 873 metres (2863 feet) from NED 1/3rd arc-second: Western United States
WMO Id: 72265
County: Midland, TX
Forecast Office: Midland/Odessa (MAF)
Airport diagram: PDF from FAA
Automated weather phone (ASOS): 432-561-5935
Observing program(s): NEXRAD

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