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    Aviation Weather Tips Every Pilot Should Know
    Every day pilots use various weather reports and forecasts to make many routine operational decisions. Knowing how to use this guidance within its limitations is paramount. While pilots are taught the basics, many important details are left out of their primary training. This program will discuss some common mistakes pilots make and provide a few tips on how to properly utilize this weather guidance in their day-to-day preflight planning regiment.
    Cloud Coverage Forecasts

    Plan to steer clear of clouds at any altitude with the Clouds forecast weather layer, available as a map layer for Pro Plus subscription plans and above, and integrated in Profile View and 3D Preview for Performance Plus subscription plans.

    Color IR Satellite
    The Color infrared Satellite layer is an alternative to the original satellite layer (now called Enhanced Satellite) that extends ForeFlight’s weather planning capabilities.
    Daily/Hourly Forecasts

    Stay on top of weather today or next week with Daily and Hourly Forecasts - an all-purpose, 10-day, hour-by-hour forecast for any location on Earth. You can access Daily Forecasts in several ways - from the Daily tab in the Airport Weather view, which provides a tappable summary of each day’s forecast; from the Add to Route popup after tap-holding anywhere on the map; from the Nearby Airports list in the top-right corner of the Airports view, which shows the forecast for your current location; and from ForeFlight’s Quick Actions list after tap-holding on the app icon, which provides an even faster shortcut to view your local forecast.

    ForeFlight Graphical Preflight Briefing

    This video walks you through how to use ForeFlight's graphical preflight briefing and Navlog.

    General Aviation Forecasts (GAFOR)

    ForeFlight provides General Aviation Forecasts, or GAFOR, in an interactive map layer to help pilots flying in Europe better assess upcoming weather and prepare for their flights. GAFOR is included in all European ForeFlight subscriptions.

    Icing, Turbulence, and Surface Analysis Layers

    ForeFlight’s weather capabilities now include five new layers for icing, turbulence, and surface analysis forecasts, available on Pro Plus, Performance Plus, and Business Performance plans. The Icing and Turbulence layers each have a US and global option, and the Surface Analysis layer provides a global view of isobars and associated pressure readings, and a more detailed view of pressure centers, fronts, troughs, and other features for North America. All five of the new layers are also available on ForeFlight’s web application.

    Medium- to Long-Range Flight Planning
    Our go/no-go decisions are often influenced by the forecast weather on our return trip. You want to minimize exposure to adverse weather and that means making decisions based on medium- to long-range forecasts. Looking at the long-range forecast crystal ball can be tricky and is a subject that is not emphasized in primary training. This program provides some tips on how to leverage long-range forecasts to better plan and also maintain the highest level of safety.
    Meet Sentry - The Next Generation ADS-B Portable Receiver

    Sentry is sure to impress - offering inflight weather and traffic on ForeFlight, AHRS, internal WAAS GPS, longer battery life, onboard storage for weather replay, and a CO sensor and alarm system for added safety.

    New Weather Imagery

    This video introduces the new weather collections in the ForeFlight Mobile Imagery view.

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