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View Resource Assessing Climatology in Fog and Stratus Forecasting

This module addresses the local and regional climatological considerations and presents tools and methodologies that can be used to assess whether atmospheric conditions can foster fog or low stratus development. Knowing your local climatology and assessing whether it supports favorable conditions for fog or low stratus development is an important step in the forecast process. A number of...

View Resource Aviation Case Study: A Northern Plains Cold-Air Outbreak Event

This case study focuses on making a forecast and writing a TAF so that it best represents the meteorological situation to aviation customers. During the exercise, the student prepares a forecast for Sioux Falls, South Dakota. As part of the Distance Learning Aviation Course 1 (DLAC1) on Fog and Stratus Forecasting, the exercise applies concepts taught in the rest of the course, with special...

View Resource Radiation Fog

This is the first instructional component to be published in the Physical Processes Professional Competency Unit of the Forecasting Low-Altitude Clouds and Fog for Aviation Operations Professional Development Series. The learning modules in this professional competency unit will help aviation forecasters gain more familiarity with the physical concepts and atmospheric conditions related to fog...

View Resource National Centers for Environmental Prediction

The National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) provide timely, accurate and continually improving worldwide forecast guidance products. They maintain a current database of meteorological and hydrological data, historical data, and written information generated by the National Weather Service or received from other official sources. In addition, this site provides real-time access to a...

View Resource Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS)

The Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) makes available to the aviation community digital and graphical analyses, forecasts and observations of meteorological variables in the United States. Analyses, forecasts, and observations are available for turbulence, icing, convection, wind speed, and temperature. You can even select the altitude of interest. Satellite and radar images are also...

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