Reading the Charts

If you want to become weather-savvy, the upper-air chart is your first stop.

Chances are you’ve looked over weather charts, whether at a dispatch office or on the Internet, and wondered how that pile of spaghetti becomes a forecast. Granted, with all the flight planning tools available and 24/7 access to a flight weather briefer, this is not something pilots need to know. Indeed many pilots find themselves […]
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