On January 20th, 2016 at 16:00EST the Denver FAASTeam will present a webinar on Climate and Global Weather Patterns - How They Impact Your Flying.
How Certain Weather Patterns Impact Flying
Here is a brief description of what will be covered in the webinar:
Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get.” This Robert Heinlein quote describes the difference between climate and weather. Pilots are trained to know WHAT the weather is doing and what it is expected to do during a flight. But have you ever asked WHY? Why do you get the weather you get where you fly? Where does it come from? How does it arrive? Where does it go? Where does it end, or does it? In this webinar, we’ll look at weather on a global scale, show you how the weather around the world is interconnected and help you see how a weather system in Shanghai, China can impact flying over Sheboygan, Wisconsin… and every point in between.
How To Register
To attend this webinar please register using this link: Climate and Global Weather Patterns - How They Impact Your Flying.
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