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Other Aviation Weather Resources</h2> <ul> <li><a href="http://www.aviationweather.gov/adds/" target="_blank">Aviation Digital Data Services (ADDS)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.aviationweather.gov/decisionsupport/winterdashboard" target="_blank">Aviation Winter Weather Dashboard (AWWD)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.aviationweather.gov/tcf" target="_blank">TFM Convective Forecast (TCF)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.aviationweather.gov/ecfp/thumb" target="_blank">Extended Convective Forecast Product (ECFP)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/" target="_blank">National Hurricane Center (NHC)</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/" target="_blank">Storm Prediction Center (SPC) Convective Outlooks</a></li> <li><a href="https://aviationweather.gov/exp/pirep_submit/info.php" target="_blank">PIREP Submit Form FAQ</a></li> </ul> <h2>News</h2> <p><strong><a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/weather/20170216-new-more-accurate-convective-weather-forecast-product-available-february-15.php">New, More Accurate Convective Forecast Product Now Available</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Feb. 16, 2017</em></p> <p>The National Weather Service is implementing a new convective weather product on Feb. 15 – the Traffic Flow Management Convective Forecast (TCF) – which will allow for a more accurate representation of forecasted convective weather. The TCF will have a look and feel that is similar to the CDM Convective Forecast Product, which it is replacing. “This new product will provide operators with more accurate and timely forecasts,” said John Kosak, NBAA Air Traffic Services specialist and staff liaison for the NBAA Weather Subcommittee. “Because this is a return to a human-in-the-loop convective product, the users will collaborate on the final product, which will allow a more accurate representation of the forecast convective weather.” <a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/weather/20170216-new-more-accurate-convective-weather-forecast-product-available-february-15.php">Read more about the TCF</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="20161230-five-winter-flying-tips-for-operations-at-smaller-snow-country-airports.php">Five Winter Flying Tips for Operations at Smaller Snow-Country Airports</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Dec. 30, 2016</em></p> <p>Thorough flight planning is essential for business aircraft safety year-round, but flying in winter into smaller airports in snow country poses special challenges. These facilities often have small staffs with less snow removal equipment than larger airfields. Some tips for safe winter flying include: reviewing the FAA’s Takeoff and Landing Performance Assessment, confirming avionics are compatible with the airport’s approaches and handling a cold-soaked plane carefully. Aeronautical decisions must be based on sound knowledge of aircraft performance data and complete weather information, said Jeff Hansen, chair of the Utah Business Aviation Association. “Snow country airports usually equal shorter runways and higher elevations that affect performance.” <a href="20161230-five-winter-flying-tips-for-operations-at-smaller-snow-country-airports.php">Read more</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/weather/20161205-pay-it-forward-with-pireps.php">Pay It Forward With PIREPs</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Dec. 5, 2016</em></p> <p>An array of aviation weather forecasting technologies is available today; however, such equipment offers meteorologists little information about actual weather conditions on-scene, and in the air. That’s where pilot reports (PIREPs) are extremely valuable sources of real-time information for all stakeholders within the National Airspace System. Learn more about the importance of PIREPs in the November/December 2016 issue of <a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/weather/20161205-pay-it-forward-with-pireps.php">Business Aviation Insider</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="/ops/safety/in-flight-safety/runway/20161007-learn-about-new-field-condition-reporting-with-upcoming-nbaa-webinar.php">Learn About New Field Condition Reporting With Upcoming NBAA Webinar</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Oct. 7, 2016</em></p> <p>Industry feedback indicates some aviation stakeholders may not yet be familiar with significant changes in field condition reporting standards that went into effect this month. An Oct. 20 NBAA webinar: “Get Prepared for New Field Condition Reporting,” will provide a thorough review of the new runway condition assessment matrix (RCAM) at the core of the revised takeoff and landing performance assessment practices. The RCAM assigns runway condition codes (of between zero and six, based upon objective measurements of the type and amount of surface contamination, for each third of the runway. Higher numbers indicate more favorable conditions. <a href="/ops/safety/in-flight-safety/runway/20161007-learn-about-new-field-condition-reporting-with-upcoming-nbaa-webinar.php">Learn more about register for the webinar</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.nbaa.org/news/flight-plan/nbaa-flight-plan-20160919.mp3" onclick="javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/news/flight-plan/nbaa-flight-plan-20160919.mp3');">Podcast: Filing PIREPs Can Improve Safety</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Sept. 19, 2016</em></p> <p>Pilot reports – or PIREPs – are vital for safe operations, said John Kosak, program manager, weather, NBAA Air Traffic Services. The real-time weather updates are, “A fantastic way to get weather [information] out,” he said. “It really is the best way while we’re in the air to communicate information.” The NTSB has said improving PIREPs is on its list of most wanted safety improvements, and “it really is potentially a matter of life or death,” Kosak said. Learn more about the importance of PIREPs in this week’s <a href="http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.nbaa.org/news/flight-plan/nbaa-flight-plan-20160919.mp3" onclick="javascript:pageTracker._trackPageview('/news/flight-plan/nbaa-flight-plan-20160919.mp3');">NBAA Flight Plan podcast</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="20160713-aviation-weather-center-experiments-with-colored-coded-grid-showing-conditions.php">Aviation Weather Center Experiments with Color-Coded Grid Showing Conditions</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">July 13, 2016</em></p> <p>The U.S. National Weather Service’s Aviation Weather Center is inviting feedback from pilots, flight planners, traffic managers and air traffic controllers on a new, at-a-glance, color-coded “experimental impacts” Terminal Aerodrome Forecast Board for visualizing expected weather conditions at destination airports. <a href="20160713-aviation-weather-center-experiments-with-colored-coded-grid-showing-conditions.php">Learn more</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="20160630-pilot-reports-potentially-a-matter-of-life-and-death.php">PIREPs: Potentially a Matter of Life and Death</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">June 30, 2016</em></p> <p>“We cannot control the weather but we certainly can plan for it when we receive reports about conditions experienced by others along our intended route,” NTSB member Robert Sumwalt, said at a recent forum on pilot reports (PIREPs). “PIREPs done right have enormous untapped potential to make aviation safer.” John Kosak, NBAA’s project manager for weather and a symposium presenter, said one concern is that pilot weather reports are not being utilized as they once were. Another is that PIREPs are often submitted with incorrect information, usually regarding the time, location and weather intensity. NTSB is developing an investigative report on PIREPs, and is asking for stakeholder comments. <a href="20160630-pilot-reports-potentially-a-matter-of-life-and-death.php">Learn more</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="20160624-help-improve-the-pilot-weather-reporting-system.php">Help Improve the Pilot Weather Reporting System</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">June 24, 2016</em></p> <p>The NTSB is seeking input from business aircraft operators on the current process for creating, submitting and disseminating Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs). What works, what doesn’t and what could be done better? Improving the PIREP system could yield immediate safety and efficiency benefits, and the operators’ comments will be used to help create an NTSB Special Investigation Report. Remarks are due to the NTSB by July 1 and NBAA encourages members to <a href="20160624-help-improve-the-pilot-weather-reporting-system.php">share their feedback</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="20160412-nbaa-members-national-weather-service-requesting-feeback-on-online-pirep-submission-form.php">NBAA Members: NWS Requesting Feedback on Online PIREP Submission Form</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">April 12, 2016</em></p> <p>A new, experimental Pilot Report (PIREP) submission form will be available to pilots and dispatchers, which will allow them to submit their PIREPs electronically. “NBAA is excited about the new electronic submission form that should streamline the PIREP process, and allow the information to get to the FAA air traffic controllers and the NWS Aviation Weather Center (AWC) forecasters sooner,” noted John Kosak, program manager, weather, NBAA Air Traffic Services. <a href="20160412-nbaa-members-national-weather-service-requesting-feeback-on-online-pirep-submission-form.php">Learn more about the new PIREP submission form</a>.</p> <p><strong><a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/20160217-national-weather-service-implementing-improved-graphical-forecast-products-seeking-nbaa-member-input.php">NWS Developing Improved Graphical Forecast Products, Seeking NBAA Member Input</a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Feb. 17, 2016</em></p> <p>The National Weather Service Aviation Weather Center (AWC) is replacing the textual products from the legacy area forecast product with improved graphical forecast products that should make interpreting the information easier, which should improve safety and efficiency, said John Kosak, weather project manager at NBAA’s Air Traffic Services. Though the current product will remain available for the foreseeable future, the AWC is asking for comments on the new product through April 11, offering an opportunity for NBAA members to provide input on an important weather forecast tool. <a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/20160217-national-weather-service-implementing-improved-graphical-forecast-products-seeking-nbaa-member-input.php">Learn more.</a></p> <p><strong><a href="/ops/airspace/20150807-nbaas-free-webinar-provides-opportunity-to-review-weather-chart-basics.php">NBAA’s Free Webinar Provides Opportunity to Review Weather Chart Basics </a></strong></p> <p><em class="date">Aug. 7, 2015</em></p> <p>Anyone whose job depends on the weather will benefit from a free Jeppesen-sponsored weather charts webinar. The course, hosted by NBAA, will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 19 at 1 p.m. EDT, and will not only reintroduce the charts and symbology that some aviators may overlook, but also will show how those tools, when used together, can paint the big picture of a weather system. “Pilots and planners may only look at one or two charts they’re comfortable with, rather than all of them,” said Jeremy Vincent, training center manager at the Jeppesen Academy. “Like a pro baseball player, you need to come back to fundamentals or you’ll get rusty.” <a href="/ops/airspace/20150807-nbaas-free-webinar-provides-opportunity-to-review-weather-chart-basics.php">Learn more about the webinar and register now.</a></p> <p><a href="/about/leadership/committees/access/20150727-nbaas-weather-subcommittee-celebrates-first-anniversary-by-looking-to-expand.php"><strong>NBAA’s Weather Subcommittee Celebrates First Anniversary by Looking to Expand </strong></a></p> <p><em class="date">July 27, 2015</em></p> <p>Since weather is responsible for more than 60 percent of the delays in the National Airspace System, the question becomes, “What can NBAA do to help bring this number down?” In part, the answer lays in participation in the new NBAA Access Committee’s Weather Subcommittee, according to John Kosak, NBAA Air Traffic Services (ATS) specialist. “NBAA established the Weather Subcommittee last year to provide opportunities for business aviation operators to collaborate with the broader aviation weather community on finding solutions to the most important weather challenges facing the aviation community,” Kosak said. <a href="/about/leadership/committees/access/20150727-nbaas-weather-subcommittee-celebrates-first-anniversary-by-looking-to-expand.php">Listen to this week’s NBAA Flight Plan podcast for more on the NBAA Weather Subcommittee.</a></p> <p><a href="https://www.nbaa.org/ops/airspace/20150601-operators-nbaa-can-prepare-you-for-hurricane-season.php"><strong>Operators: NBAA Can Help Prepare You for Hurricane Season</strong></a></p> <p><em class="date">June 1, 2015</em></p> <p>While the 2015 hurricane season is forecast to be relatively quiet, NBAA Air Traffic Services (ATS) Weather Specialist John Kosak said no one should be complacent about hurricane season, in spite of the low number of predicted storms. “I encourage all NBAA Member operators to subscribe to NBAA Airspace/Airport Alerts before we enter prime hurricane season,” Kosak said. 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