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If lifted air is warmer than the surrounding air, then __________ clouds will form resulting in __________ flight conditions. 23. If stratus clouds are present, which of the following flight conditions could be expected? a. b. c. d. Rough turbulence, good visibility, showery precipitation, and clear icing Smooth flight, good visibility, steady winds, and no precipitation Poor visibility, steady winds, continuous precipitation, and rime icing Smooth flight, turbulent flight, good visibility, and showery precipitation 24.
Figure 2-12 Mountain and Valley Winds 2-12 Atmospheric Mechanics of Winds, Clouds and Moisture, and Atmospheric Stability AVIATION WEATHER CHAPTER TWO At night, the air in contact with the mountain slope is cooled by outgoing terrestrial radiation and becomes more dense than the surrounding air. As the denser air flows downhill, from the top of the mountain, it is called the mountain wind, and a circulation opposite to the daytime pattern forms. These winds are of particular importance for light aircraft, helicopter, and low-level operations.
Because only the flight crew understands the details and ramifications of the mission, it would be impossible to expect a meteorologist to foresee all the possibilities and to brief the weather accordingly. 301. 0 Upon completion of this unit of instruction, student aviators and flight officers will demonstrate knowledge of meteorological theory enabling them to make intelligent decisions when confronted with various weather phenomena and hazards. 29 Define the terms air mass and front. 30 Describe the air mass classification system, including moisture content, temperature, and source region with respect to latitudes.
Aviation Weather Student Guide CNATRA P-303