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example new flight path tool

Flight Path Tool Application

This tool provides all of the features of the old Flight Path Tool applet and more. It still allows you to view data along your route of flight. You can still view icing, turbulence, temperature, winds, humidity, AIRMETs, METARs, TAFs, etc. both horizontally and vertically. Now, however, you get many more features not available in the applet. In the future, we'll be adding even more features to the application but not to the applet. Take a look.
 
example NCWF applet

NCWF Java Tool

The National Convective Weather Forecast (NCWF) product contains a convective hazard detection and 1-hour forecast. The current hazard field is colored green to red for increasingly strong convection and the 1-hour forecast hazard region is outlined with cyan polygons.
 
example METARs applet

METARs Java Tool

The METARs Java Tool allows users to view METARs graphically and textually at the same time with only the variables that you desire. You can zoom into particular regions, turn on temperature, weather, and winds, check ceiling height and visibility. The tool is remarkably configurable.
 
example TAFs applet

TAFs Java Tool

This tool provides users with a quick interface to retrieve text-format Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs) for a particular region. Simply zoom into your flight area and quickly read the TAFs for departure, destination, and alternate airports.
 
example PIREPs applet

PIREPs Java Tool

The PIREP Tool allows users to view PIREPs graphically and textually at the same time and provides map overlays and zooming capability. You can also remove displayed PIREPs for particular altitude ranges if, for instance, you do not care about turbulence above 20,000 feet.
 
example AIRMETs applet

AIR/SIGMETs Java Tool

The AIR/SIGMETs Tool allows users to view AIRMETs graphically and textually at the same time and provides map overlays and zooming capability. You can also remove displayed AIRMETs for particular altitude ranges if, for instance, you do not care about icing above 14,000 feet.

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