ANFP-01; T-45C ADV RIFP-05
Airways Navigation Flight Procedures
Destination and alternate forecast WX for
Sg 3, fr 4
ETA +/-1 hour
DCA 221010 10SCT C18 BKN 5SW-3415G25 OCNL C8
X 1/2SW 12Z C50 BKN 3312G22 04Z MVFR CLG.
NOTE: A DD-175-1 WX briefing form shall be
DCA 221010: DCA Forecast 22nd day of month - valid time 10Z-
completed for all flights to be conducted in IMC.
10SCT C18 BKN 5SW--3415G25 OCNL C8 X 1/2SW: Scattered
The forecaster will complete the form for
clouds at 1000 feet. Ceiling 1800 feet broken. Visibility 5 miles.
Light snow showers. Surface wind from 340 degrees at 15 knots.
Gusts to 25 knots. Occasional ceiling 8 hundred feet sky totally
briefings conducted in person. It is the pilots
obscured. Visibility 1/2 mile in moderate snow showers.
responsibility to complete the form for telephonic
12Z C50 BKN 3312G22: By 12Z becoming ceiling 5000 feet
broken. Surface wind 330 degrees at 12 knots. Gusts to 22.
or weathervision briefings.
04Z MVFR CLG: Last 6 hours of FT after 04Z marginal VFR due
The following are filing criteria rules for
destination approach minimums
Observe absolute minimums of 200 and 1/
2 sm (2,400 RVR) for single-piloted aircraft
Use minimums for instrument approach to
probable runway based on forecast surface
Use lowest minimums for any approach you
are qualified and your aircraft is equipped to
In-flight weather sources
PMSV - METRO (FIH or IFR ES)
Pilots are expected to obtain enroute and
terminal weather updates, especially:
When forecast for enroute or destination is
Before overflying the alternate airfield