12-3 - If no, dont believe the TAF Wait till the next TAF...

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Outlook section o LIFR issued when: Ceiling less than 500’ and/or visibility less than 1sm o Ifr is cailing 500 to 1000 and or vis 1-less than 3 sm o Mvfr ceiling 1000-3000 and or vis 3-5 sm o Vfr issued when cailing greater than 3000 and visibility greater than 5sm Surface observations o METAR-Aviation routine weather report SUTO – report sent without human intervention COR- report sent to correct a previous report with an error SKC – reports clear skies at manual stations CLR – reports clear skies at automated stations Terminal Area Forecast o Issued 4 times/day o Covers 24 hour period, some airports cover 30 hrs ahead o Compare with METAR to see if they agree
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Unformatted text preview: If no, dont believe the TAF Wait till the next TAF comes out and see what it says AIRMET o Warn of hazards to small aircraft o Covers 6 hr period o Issued 4 times per day o AIRMET Tango for Turbulence o AIRMET Sierra For IFR SIGMET o Warn of conditions that can be dangerous to all aircraft Severe icing Extreme turbulence Convective SIGMETs o Tornados o Large hail o Embedded thunderstorms Flight watch o 122.0 MHz o 0600-2200 local time o EFAS (enroute flight advisory service o Radio call is flight watch o Used only for weather info...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course AERF 1103 taught by Professor Visser during the Fall '08 term at LeTourneau.

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