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Written for pilots who want to improve their flight weather forecasting skills, this manual provides an in-depth discussion of the basic theory and logic of aviation weathercasting and an analysis of 46 instrument flight rules (IFR) cross-country flights made in a light airplane in all seasons. Each flight episode is illustrated with pre-takeoff upper-level and surface weather maps and a small-scale chart, which clearly traces the progress of the flight and the actual in-flight weather conditions.
About the Author
Richard L. Collins is the author of Flying IFR and Tips to Fly By. He is editor-at-large of Flying magazine and served as publisher and editor-in-chief of AOPA Pilot magazine. He lives in Ijamsville, Maryland.