The FAA is now hosting 18 camera sites in Maine on its Weather Camera website, with plans to add more sites through 2023.
Scientists at the University of California-Berkeley found that 39 out of 43 coastal airports in California have assets exposed to projected flooding that could disrupt their operations in the next 20 to 40 years, ranging from runways to navigational aids.
The webinar will highlight the FAA’s plans to expand the weather camera network into more locations in the United States, with information on how you can provide input directly to the FAA on where you would like a weather camera installed.
The EFB marketplace just makes it far easier to gather preflight information and engage with it.
All PIREPs submitted through Virga are synced to the national Aviation Weather Center database at AviationWeather.gov and appear on all platforms that show PIREPs.
The FAA has started installing eight new Automated Weather Observing Systems (AWOS) across Alaska to provide weather conditions to pilots before they take to the skies.
Aviation Supplies & Academics has released a new book, “Navigating Weather: A Pilot’s Guide to Airborne and Datalink Weather Radar.”
Metro Aviation becomes the first non-government entity to participate in the FAA’s Weather Camera Program.
The environmental sensing modules on the IWOS offer a range of weather sensing capabilities, including temperature, pressure, humidity, wind speed and direction, GPS, lightning distance and frequency, and cloud height.