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General Aviation's Weather Center - Pilot Information

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Convective SigMets, Icing Levels, Airport Conditions, Sky Cover, Visibility,
IFR / Mountain Obscuration, Relative Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, Turbulence

Menu for this webpage:
    Airport Weather
    Convective Sigmets
    Radar
    Turbulence
    Surface Winds
    Icing Levels
    Sky Cover
    Visibility and Airport Conditions
    Relative Humidity
    Temperature
    Dew Point
    NOAA Advisory Chart

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                See also our webpage Skew-T Log-P Charts.

National Weather Service weather charts

NOAA Links:
    Aviation Weather
    Ceilings and Visibility
    Icing
    Storm Prediction Center
        (see Categorical Outlook on right for expected activity)
    GOES Skew-T Soundings
        Click here for a good description of Skew-T-graphic plotting.

Canadian Weather Links:
    Canadian Aviation Weather
    Canadian Surface Analysis Charts

FAA Links:
    1-800-WXbrief
    TFRs
    Pilot's Guide To Preflight Weather Planning
    ASOS, AWOS Ground Weather Observation Stations
    Flight Plan Filing, other pilot info
    FSDO - Columbia, SC
    FAA's Online Resources for Pilots

Airport Weather

If there is an airport you would like to see listed, email your request here.

For immediate access to the weather for an airport not listed, click here.

Georgia        
PDK Atlanta        
       
Illinois        
PIA Peoria        
       
Iowa        
DEH Decorah        
       
North Carolina        
RUQ Salisbury        
       
Maine        
PWM Portland        
       
Pennsylvania        
RDG Reading        
       
South Carolina        
AIK Aiken  
AND Anderson  
BNL Barnwell  
BBP Bennettsville  
CDN Camden  
CHS Charleston  
CQW Cheraw  
DCM Chester  
CAE Columbia Metro  
CUB Columbia Owens  
UDG Darlington  
FLO Florence  
GGE Georgetown  
GYH Greenville Donaldson  
GMU Greenville Municipal  
GRD Greenwood  
GSP Greer  
HVS Harstville  
HXD Hilton Head  
LUX Laurens  
MKS Moncks Corner  
LRO Mt. Pleasant  
MYR Myrtle Beach  
EOE Newberry  
CRE North Myrtle Beach  
CEU Oconee  
OGB Orangeburg  
LQK Pickens  
UZA Rock Hill  
SPA Spartanburg  
SMS Sumter  
RBW Walterboro  
FDW Winnsboro  



       
South Dakota        
RAP Rapid City        

Convective Sigmets


Radar



   

Turbulence


Surface Winds








Icing Levels



Also available:   U.S. Government Aviation Weather Icing Levels

Sky Cover


Visibility and Airport Conditions - click here


Relative Humidity


Temperature


Dew Point


NOAA weather advisory chart (click on chart to see color codes)





In aviation, the Richardson number is used as a rough measure of expected air turbulence. A lower value indicates a higher degree of turbulence. Values in the range 10 to 0.1 are typical, with values below unity indicating significant turbulence.
- from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richardson_number


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