Lesson 1
Chapters 1 & 2
Lesson 2
Chapter 3 & Instrument Supplement
Lesson 3
Weather Maps
Lesson 4
Chapter 4
Lesson 5
Chapter 5
Lesson 6
Chapter 6
Lesson 7
Chapter 7
Lesson 8
Chapter 8
Lesson 9
Chapter 9
Lesson 10
Chapter 10
Lesson 11
Wind Shear and Turbulence
Lesson 12
Lesson 13
Lesson 14
Case Study/Self-Briefing
Lesson 15
Case Study/Self-Briefing
Lesson 16
Case Study/Self-Briefing

LESSON 3: Weather Maps


Pilots must know how to read weather maps and decode METARS. You already have been exposed to decoding METARS, and we will visit that topic again soon. The objectives of this lesson is learning how to read and interpret weather maps. Unfortunately, the book does not do a good job on reading surface weather maps. The Background and Practice sections should provide you with all the information you need.




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