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Flying the Weather Map (General Aviation Reading series) Second Edition Edition
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You learn more than just about weather. You learn about how to work with FSS, what to ask, and why forecasts are sometimes so different than actual when they shouldn't be. After reading this, I felt a lot more confident about my IFR weather planning and flying and look at the weather with a whole new mind set.
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The percentage is higher now, but I still need to read and re-read to fully comprehend all the material presented.
The chapter on Lows is worth the price of this book. Every IFR and VFR pilot should buy and read this book. If you find you don't understand half of what Dick is talking about, it's time to go back to the basic Aviation Weather texts and get up to speed. Nothing is more critical to GA flying safety than the PIC's complete understanding of the Weather picture before launch and during flight.
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Great book great writer. Thanks for all the help getting me through my FAA Written exam. It is the bestPublished on February 27, 2013 by t