Added on: March 8, 2012
Pilots are often overwhelmed by the sheer volume of preflight weather resources available online. There’s no doubt that one of the major roadblocks in using many of these new weather tools is knowing how to read the various date-time stamps that are buried somewhere within this guidance. There just doesn’t appear to be any standardization and there are often multiple dates shown on each weather product making it difficult to use within the context of your preflight planning. In this workshop we’ll characterize some of the most common weather products to help decipher those date-time stamps.