Weather is such an interesting topic. All the more so for pilots. It has the ability to impact us in ways unimaginable to non-pilots.
I recently finished reading Margaret Lamb’s “Flying Colorado Mountain Weather,” and while I don’t fly in Colorado, it is amazing the amount of knowledge she packed into just 164 pages.
Furthermore, I believe the content transfers to areas outside Colorado. Anywhere terrain contour exists — and that’d be nearly everywhere — the lessons of this book apply. [Read more…]