Vertical Air Movement

Vertical motion in the atmosphere plays a big role in the weather you see and the weather troubles you encounter.

Heading into another winter season, our thoughts begin shifting to cold-weather flying hazards—fog, icing, and widespread precipitation. Most pilot training considers each of these factors individually. But most of them share a common cause, and it’s rooted in the weather patterns. Because of that, most pilots will be ahead of the game if they can […]
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