Standard Briefing

The AWC Homepage "Standard Briefing" is intended as a tool to help pilots better visualize weather and weather-related hazards. It is not intended as a substitute for a weather briefing obtained from a Flight Service Station (1-800-WXBRIEF). Currently, the information contained here does not meet the FAA requirements for a pre-flight weather brief. Therefore, it's important that pilots still call and obtain a briefing from an FAA Flight Service Specialist


Adverse Conditions

CONVECTIVE

SIGNIFICANT METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION (SIGMETs)

AIRMETs (IFR Conditions, Moderate Icing, Moderate Turbulence)


Synopsis

WEATHER CHARTS

CONSTANT PRESSURE CHARTS (GIF)


Current Conditions

METARs

RADAR

PILOT REPORTS

SATELLITE


En Route Forecast


Destination Forecast


Winds and Temps Aloft (FB)


Notice to Airmen


ATC Delays


Additional Information

Center Weather Advisories and
Meteorological Impact Statements

Convective Outlook from the
Storm Prediction Center


Miscellaneous Aviation Weather Products


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