Upper-Level Weather

Of course, winds aloft charts tell you the wind to expect and what your groundspeed will be. But. didi you know there's a lot more information hidden ion all those numbers.

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Unless your flying is limited to local sightseeing in good weather, chances are you’ve used winds aloft charts at some point. For many commercial and military pilots, they’re a staple of the preflight weather briefing, and they’re easily found on sites like aviationweather.gov.  These charts are constructed by weather centers at a series of designated […]
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