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Convective SigMets, Icing Levels, Airport Conditions, Sky Cover, Visibility,
IFR / Mountain Obscuration, Relative Humidity, Temperature, Dew Point, Turbulence

Menu for this webpage:
    Airport Information and Weather
    Convective Sigmets
    Dew Point
    Icing Levels
    NOAA Advisory Chart
    Radar
    Relative Humidity
    Sky Cover
    Surface Winds
    Temperature
    Turbulence
    Winds at 3,000 6,000 9,000

Click on a chart to see the full website.
  National Weather Service weather charts

NOAA Links:
    Aviation Weather
    Ceilings and Visibility
    Icing
    Storm Prediction Center
        (see Categorical Outlook at left for expected activity)
    METARs and TAFs
    General Information: GOES Atmospheric Soundings Display
        Click here for a good description of Skew-T-graphic plotting.

Canadian Weather Links:
    Canadian Aviation Weather
    Canadian Surface Analysis Charts

Four Major Forecasting Models
    European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)
    NOAA Global Forecast System (GFS)
    NOAA High Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR)
    NOAA North American Mesoscale (NAM)

FAA Links:
    1-800-WxBrief Weather Briefing
    TFRs
    Pilot's Guide To Preflight Weather Planning
    ASOS, AWOS Ground Weather Observation Stations
    Flight Plan Filing, other pilot info
    FSDO - Columbia, SC
    FAA's Online Resources for Pilots
METARs, TAFs, and MOSs will tell you the cloud bases.  But where are the cloud tops?  Knowing both would tell you how bumpy the clouds are, and what level of turbulence to expect.  Skew-T Log-P diagrams will tell you that.

For that, see our webpage on Skew-T Log-P Charts.
 

Airport Information and Weather

 
Links provided to AirNav.com, FlightAware, and the NOAA Aviation Weather Center.   See also the Visibility and Airport Conditions national chart

For weather information for an airport not listed, see FlightAware.com.

For information on an airport not listed, see AirNav.com/airport.
See also weather information from the National Weather Service.

If there is an airport you would like to see listed, email your request.
 
Alabama   Connecticut   Florida    
HSV Huntsville METAR TAF DXR Danbury METAR TAF ISM Kissimmee METAR TAF  
 
Georgia   Illinois   Indiana  
PDK Atlanta METAR TAF TOC Toccoa METAR TAF PIS Peoria METAR TAF HUF Terre Haute METAR TAF
 
Iowa   Maine   Mississippi   New York  
DEH Decorah METAR TAF PWM Portland METAR TAF MEI Meridian METAR TAF ALB Albany METAR TAF
 
North Carolina  
GSO Greensboro METAR TAF HKY Hickory METAR TAF RDU Raleigh-Durham METAR TAF RUQ Salisbury METAR TAF
 
Pennsylvania   Quebec, Canadaa    
RDG Reading METAR TAF AVP Wilkes-Barre METAR TAF CYHU Montreal METAR TAF  
 
South Carolina  
AIK Aiken METAR TAF
AQX Allendale METAR TAF
AND Anderson METAR TAF
BNL Barnwell METAR TAF
ARW Beaufort METAR TAF
BBP Bennettsville METAR TAF
52J Bishopvilleville METAR TAF
SC55 Broxton Bridge METAR TAF
CDN Camden METAR TAF
CHS Charleston METAR TAF
CQW Cheraw METAR TAF
DCM Chester METAR TAF
CAE Columbia Metro METAR TAF
CUB Columbia Owens METAR TAF
UDG Darlington METAR TAF
FLO Florence METAR TAF
GGE Georgetown METAR TAF
GYH Greenville Donaldson METAR TAF
GMU Greenville Municipal METAR TAF
GRD Greenwood METAR TAF
GSP Greer METAR TAF
HVS Harstville METAR TAF
HXD Hilton Head METAR TAF
5J5 Holly Hill METAR TAF
LUX Laurens METAR TAF
MKS Moncks Corner METAR TAF
LRO Mt. Pleasant METAR TAF
MYR Myrtle Beach METAR TAF
EOE Newberry METAR TAF
CRE North Myrtle Beach METAR TAF
CEU Oconee METAR TAF
OGB Orangeburg METAR TAF
SC41 Palmetto Air METAR TAF
6J0 Pelion METAR TAF
LQK Pickens METAR TAF
3J1 Ridgeland METAR TAF
UZA Rock Hill METAR TAF
SPA Spartanburg METAR TAF
SMS Sumter METAR TAF
SC00 Triple Tree METAR TAF
RBW Walterboro METAR TAF
SC99 White Plains METAR TAF
FDW Winnsboro METAR TAF

 
South Dakota   Texas   Tennessee    
RAP Rapid City METAR TAF SAT San Antonio METAR TAF GKT Sevierville METAR TAF  
 
Virginia    
ROA Roanoke METAR TAF SHD Shenandoah METAR TAF JGG Williamsburg METAR TAF  
 

Convective Sigmets





Turbulence



In aviation, the Richardson number is used as a rough measure of expected air turbulence. A lower value indicates a higher degree of turbulence. Values in the range 10 to 0.1 are typical, with values below unity indicating significant turbulence.
- from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richardson_number

Surface Winds

For a detailed description of Wind Barbs, click here.







Winds at 3,000 6,000 9,000 Feet

For a detailed description of Wind Barbs, click here.







Icing Levels



Radar



   

Sky Cover

Temperatures

Dew Point

Relative Humidity

NOAA weather advisory chart (click on chart to see color codes)

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