Forecast Models

Forecast models, first little more than an intellectual curiosity, have progressed to where they are valuable tools for your flight planning.

From the 1930s until the 1980s, many pilots got their weather briefings from a meteorologist at a flight service station or airline dispatch counter. The counter often ended up being a center of discussion about the World Series and chatting with other pilots who arrived for their briefing. Those in-person briefings gave way to weather […]
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