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What is the Sea Level Pressure for SLP045
After World Meteorological Offices produce reports and forecasts in the Processing stage, they are sent to facilities around the world in the final stage called
Routine weather report
AO1 vs AO2
AO1: No precip ident
A02: Precip Ident
Amount of sky covered
TAF and METAR
-Terminal Aerodrome Forecast
-Meteorological Terminal Air Report
decode Winds and temp aloft
winds from 250 at 31kt temp 15deg c
all temp above ____ ft are neg so neg omitted
Airmens meteorological info report
ASOS is broadcast over what frequencies?
Discrete VHF, voice portion of local navaids, and in some cases, ATIS
What three items in a standard briefing can be combined in any order to help describe conditions more clearly?
Adverse conditions, VFR flight not recommended, synopsis
An ARTCC might broadcast a CWA when any part of the area described is within how many miles of its airspace?
What is the minimum information provided by any AWOS system?
Which of the following information is provided in an ASOS broadcast?
Wind direction, speed, gusts, and squalls
When facing in the direction of the arrow on a Convective Outlook Chart, thunderstorm activity is expected ____________
To the right of the line.
How often is a surface analysis chart transmitted?
Every three hours
The bottom panel in the VAFTAD chart shows total ash concentrations from the surface up to what altitude?
The Significant Weather Panels of the Low-Level Prog Chart forecast weather from the surface to what altitude?
What do the brightest white areas on an IR satellite image indicate?
The highest clouds
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